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Some state insurance commissioners negotiated lower Obamacare premiums with insurers, while others did little.
More than 100,000 people currently eligible for Medicaid are signing up in states that are not expanding the public health program under Obamacare.
Obamacare applications ramp up in California. Now 10,000 people a day are registering for either a private insurance plan or Medicaid.
Some Americans are finding the deductibles and co-pays in the exchange plans surprisingly high.
President Obama criticized insurers in 2010 for big profits. But their stocks have surged while Obamacare is off to a poor start.
Few people eligible for subsidies have signed up for Obamacare in the first month. They are expected to make up 86% of enrollees.
For Obama's fix for canceled policies to work, it must be accepted by state regulators, insurers and policyholders.
Americans may keep their existing insurance plan for a year even if the policies aren't Obamacare-compliant.
White House announces 27,000 people signed up for Obamacare on federal exchange in the first month, and another 79,000 in other states.
Americans are more likely to have trouble paying medical bills or getting a quick appointment with a doctor than their peers in 10 other industrialized countries.