Obamacare premiums in Los Angeles will rise less than 1% next year for the most widely sold coverage, a new study shows.
Across the country, rates for a benchmark silver plan will actually go down slightly in 2015, according to an analysis of health insurance prices in 16 major U.S. cities released Friday.
The report by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation found that changes in premiums will vary widely in the second year of the Affordable Care Act's coverage expansion. The next open enrollment starts Nov. 15.
Nashville residents will pay nearly 9% more for the second-lowest-cost silver plan next year while rates will drop nearly 16% for similar coverage in Denver,...