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Participants in new health-insurance exchanges will pay significantly less in premiums than had been anticipated, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation study. Premiums will vary significantly from area to area, however, with single, middle-aged South Dakotans paying two-thirds again as much for insurance as their Connecticut-dwelling counterparts. "While premiums will vary significantly across the country, they are generally lower than expected," the researchers conclude.

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