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For example, in many geographic areas in which CareSources marketplace plans have been popular, the premium increases will be in the low single digits, Claxton said. In Franklin County, for example, the rate increase for CareSources marketplace plans will range from 1.1 percent to 5.4 percent, according to the filing. In its filing, CareSource projected enrollment in its marketplace plans will swell from 35,000 this year to nearly 64,000 next year. Meanwhile, another carrier whose plans were popular in Ohio Medical Mutual of Ohio expects its rate increases to average about 7.7 percent, based on plans considered to have uniform modification of coverage. The data released yesterday also do not factor in discounts that many consumers will see in their premiums next year. About 85 percent of the 154,668 Ohioans who signed up for 2014 marketplace plans are receiving tax credits averaging $250 per month, with Ohio residents getting a total $32 million in credits per month. Some supporters of the federal health-care law that created the health-insurance marketplaces say opposition to the law from Lt.
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Raised money for Iowa congressional candidate Jim Mowrer. Schmoozed with Iowa power brokers during 2013 inauguration week in Washington. Clinton: No, avoiding big primary/caucus states. But Ready for Hillary is mobilizing for her in the state. Cuomo: No. O'Malley: Yes, mid-June events. Headlined Harkin's 2012 fundraiser. Republicans Bush: Has been holding off on splashy visits to early voting states but hosted spring fundraiser May 22 in Florida for Iowa Gov.
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