Why I Am Voting Yes on 45: Premiums up 300% to $750 for Nothing; Now They’re Charging $1,200 and Won’t Cover Emergency Services

“We’ve paid well over $100,000 in premiums and received almost zero health care services.”

Why I Support Prop 45: Health Insurance Hell on Three Fronts

“Premiums for our company have gone up 37% since 2010, and our yearly health insurance dread just came in for 2015: HMO premiums up 7% and PPO up 9%. We can’t afford this. I don’t know what to do.”

Why I Support Prop 45: I’m Paying Double, and Can’t See My Doctors

"Not one doctor that I have recently spoken with even knows what an EPO Health Plan is."

Why I Support Prop 45: A 24% Decrease Hooked Me into a 92% Increase to $2,300 per Month

“The letter stated directly that I would be getting $376 in savings…. When my first invoice arrived, I was shocked to see that the monthly premium was $2,300 -- almost double the rate quoted in the initial letter!”

Why I Support Prop 45: I Renewed at $407, then Surprise! It’s $738

“We frantically thought through all of our options… this kind of rate increase would send us over the edge.”

Why I Support Prop 45: My Premiums Quadrupled in Ten Years

“I’m getting $196 worth of health insurance for $854.”

Why We Support Prop 45: Our Health Insurance Premium Went Up Over 1,300%

“Health care costs are the single largest expense in my family’s budget – larger than our mor

Why I Support Prop 45: 70% Rate Increase Since 2011 to $1,764 Per Month

“After I pay huge monthly premiums Blue Cross redefines the only medication I use so they don’t have to pay.”


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