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Donald Trump Could Personally Cost Americans Thousands of Dollars in Bigger Health Care Bills

Obamacare premiums could rise by 20 percent if the president kills 2018 subsidies. Nearly 8 million Obamacare policyholders who now receive federal subsidies to help defray the cost of their health insurance could lose that support and see premiums rise by 20 percent starting next January if the Trump administration stops those “cost sharing reductions” in 2018, two congressional fiscal agencies reported Tuesday.
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