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Health Care Overhaul: Study Say Costs Could Go Up 32 Percent

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Now the actuaries are weighing in.

In a new analysis, the Society of Actuaries says insurance companies will pay an average 32 percent more for medical claims under the health care overhaul.

That means premiums could go up, especially in the individual market.

The Obama Administration isn’t convinced, though, saying the report didn’t consider all the ways in which the administration says the Affordable Care Act will reduce costs.

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