The state Insurance Department will hold hearings June 14 on requested double-digit rate increases for health insurers Anthem Health Plans and ConnectiCare Benefits Inc.
Anthem is requesting an average increase of 33.8 percent for policies marketed both on and off the state exchange, Access Health CT.
ConnectiCare has requested an average increase of 17.5 percent for policies sold exclusively on the exchange.
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
33.8 % rate hikes?!? You can speak out. (thank you ObamaCare)
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