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There's Good News And Bad News For Obamacare Buyers In Iowa

The 'good news' is that if you're an Obamacare buyer anywhere in Iowa there is still one provider willing to sell you healthcare insurance, which wasn't the case just a few weeks back when it looked like large areas of the state would have no providers at all. The bad news is that your rates are going up 57% so you're probably not going to be able to afford insurance anyway.
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