According to Wilson, “The rates vary tremendously from state to state,” Wilson said.
For example, for a 27-year-old before any tax credits:
* Lowest "bronze" level benefit plan: the average was $163 a month; Idaho’s rate is $150.
* Lowest "silver" plan: average was $203, Idaho’s is $182
* Lowest "gold" level plan: average is $240, Idaho’s is $211.
For catastrophic plans: Idaho is slightly above the average at $134, compared to $129.
Wilson said Alaska and Wyoming have the highest rates because “they’re people-challenged – they don’t have a lot of people, so there’s not a lot of competition. And their rates reflect that."
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