Is your Obamacare rate going up? Tell us about your experience.

A patient gets her blood pressure measured
A patient gets her blood pressure measured.
(Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)

It’s that time of year again: Open enrollment begins Nov. 1. And next year, Obamacare premiums in the state are spiking about 13%, which means some Californians are getting sticker shock from fast-rising monthly premium prices

“It has turned into a catastrophic policy,” said Barry Levine, 55, who will soon be paying $517 per month.

We want to know about your experience. Did you also open an envelope recently only to be shocked by your new premium rate? How much of your paycheck will go toward healthcare next year?  

If you don’t know whether your plan will change next year, check your mail for a premium letter, call your insurance company or try reviewing Covered California plans here.


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