Starting October 1st, Rhode Islanders can start signing up for health insurance through an online marketplace that’s a cornerstone of what’s known as Obamacare. The marketplace will offer a number of insurance plans for individuals, families and employers. It is being run by the state, and on Tuesday the state released how much the plans will cost.
Rhode Island Public Radio’s Scott MacKay was at a briefing on insurance costs that involved a number of spreadsheets, he joined All Things Considered host Dave Fallon to sort out the details and what they mean for the average Rhode Islander.
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