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Which state residents pay the most for health insurance?

GOBankingRates.com. released a study detailing which states pay the most for health insurance. The study compared silver plans offered through the national or state-level insurance exchanges, which were administered through the ACA.

The 10 states with the highest health insurance costs are:
    1. New York
    2. Vermont
    3. South Carolina
    4. Alabama
    5. New Jersey
    6. Mississippi
    7. Oklahoma
    8. Indiana
    9. Delaware
    10. Wyoming

The 10 states with the lowest health insurance costs are:
    1. New Mexico
    2. Utah
    3. California
    4. Texas
    5. Pennsylvania
    6. Michigan
    7. District of Columbia
    8. Hawaii
    9. Oregon
    10. Idaho

For the full report, click here.

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