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State Unveils Health Care Options
DES MOINES, IA (CBS 2/FOX 28) -- The Iowa Insurance Division has released a list of health plans that will become available as part of the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a Obamacare). Iowans can begin signing up for the plans as early as October 1st.
The monthly cost of the plans vary widely, depending on the age of the person, whether or not they're a smoker, and the level of health coverage a person wants.
The following figures all apply to silver-level coverage plans...
For a 21 year old non-smoke in the Corridor, they can expect to pay anywhere between $162 and $338 a month for coverage.
For a 45-year-old non-smoker in the Corridor, monthly payments range between $234 and $488.
And for a 62-year-old non-smoker in the Corridor, monthly payments range between $467 and $970.
These costs can very depending on where a person lives and how old they are. To see which region you fall under, click here. And to see how much each individual plan costs, click here.
To watch our Townhall special covering the new health care options, click here.