Tennessee approves costly health exchange price hikes for state's biggest insurers

Thinkstock image / More and more consumers, in Chattanooga and elsewhere, are finding themselves responsible for larger portions of their medical bills, amounts that many are unable to pay despite having health insurance.
photo This Nov. 29, 2013 file photo shows part of the HealthCare.gov website, photographed in Washington. President Barack Obama's fickle health insurance website is finally starting to put up some respectable signup numbers, but its job only seems to have gotten harder. Two months in and out of the repair shop have left significantly less time to fulfill the White House goal of enrolling 7 million people for 2014 by the end of open enrollment March 31. (AP Photo/Jon Elswick)

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Price of health exchange plans poised to rise dramatically in TennesseeTennessee approves costly health exchange price hikes for state's biggest insurersAs rates soar, Tennessee insurers and regulators say Obamacare proving too risky, costlyNew study finds most Tennesseans will still be able to get individual health coverage for under $75 a month

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These are the rate increases requested by health insurance companies that operate in Tennessee.