These Five States Will Have No Health Insurance Options in 2017


They will have no health insurance options because only one company offers plans on the exchanges.

These states will have no health insurance options because all the other insurance companies got tired of losing money.

In Alabama, Alaska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Wyoming, residents will not be given any options at There will only be a single company offering plans. Their only choice will be to accept that policy or not get health insurance until the penalty becomes too harsh.

And the problem goes far beyond those five state. Last year, only two percent of enrollees were stuck with only one health insurance provider for their counties. In 2017, almost a fifth of American enrollees will be in that situation.

Remember, the Democrats (and many Republican traitors) think it is unthinkable to simply repeal the Affordable Care Act no matter how unaffordable it is and how little care is given.

Thus, the only options that these people will acknowledge as “reasonable,” are increasing the severity of the penalties for not enrolling in Obamacare, increasing subsidies, and introducing a pure government option.

Via The Constitution