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5 Amazing Facts About One Big, Weird State's 2019 Health Market

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Managers of Covered California — the Affordable Care Act public exchange program in California — today released a startling new preview of how the state’s 2019 individual major medical insurance market might look.

(Related: 5 Weird New Facts About Trump’s ACA Exchange System)

The Covered California announcement puts recent news about the forces buffeting the individual major medical market in a strange new light.

A copy of the full announcement is available here.

For a look at what all of that could mean in California, in 2019, see the idea cards in the slideshow above.

The California announcement comes on the heels of similar strange announcements coming out of states like Colorado, Oregon and Vermont. (Two very normal details, however, are that no manager of a state-based exchange is talking about good things happening to agent and broker compensation, and that no issuer has sent ThinkAdvisor a commission increase announcement.)

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