Obamacare

Analysis: More Than Half of Counties in 34 States Under Federal Healthcare Exchange Don't Have Any Affordable Plans Available

Not even bronze level

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More than half of the counties in 34 states using the federal health insurance exchange lack even a bronze plan that's affordable — by the government's own definition — for 40-year-old couples who make just a little too much for financial assistance, a USA TODAY analysis shows.

Many of these counties are in rural, less populous areas that already had limited choice and pricey plans, but many others are heavily populated, such as Bergen County, N.J., and Philadelphia and Milwaukee counties.