Report: ACA rules saved consumers $2.1B in 2012

06/6/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A report by Kaiser Family Foundation found that the stricter rules in the Affordable Care Act helped save $2.1 billion for U.S. consumers who bought their own health insurance in 2012. Last year's individual premiums would have been $1.9 billion more without ACA, the report estimates. Also, rebates amounting to $241 million should be coming soon to individual policyholders.

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