Obamacare sticker shock: Horizon customers to pay 24 percent more in N.J. next year

In this February file photo, New Jersey Citizen Action held a protest in Westfield outside the offices of Rep. Leonard J. Lance, R-7th regarding the threatened repeal of Affordable Care Act, in Westfield, NJ. Premiums will rise in 2018 for people who buy their own policies on the health exchange, in part because of steps taken by President Trump to weaken the health care law. (Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)

Obamacare sticker shock: Horizon customers to pay 24 percent more in N.J. next year

TRENTON — New Jersey residents who bought their own health coverage from Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield through the Affordable Care Act will pay an average of 24 percent more next year, according …

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