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Insurers’ Risk Assessment of Rural Communities Adds to High Premiums

This is the second of a two-installment story on how the Affordable Care Act is taking shape in the state’s rural communities. Part one appears here. By Brenda Porter-Rockwell Sandra White left her job a year ago to become a stay-at-home grandma to three kids, all under 4 years old. When her job ended, so […]