And the savings for the average family will be substantial:
For example, a Triad family of four with a $50,000 household income would pay an average of $282 a month for mid-level coverage. That would represent a 66 percent premium discount once tax credits are applied, compared with the $826 that family would have paid on average before the health exchange, according to data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Statewide, the discount would be 68 percent for that family of four.
Now that the truth is out, the RWNJ Twits will have to develop some other scare tactic to try to generate outrage over something people will soon welcome with open arms.