Is Blue Cross hiking your health insurance premiums?

chartHere at the Justice Center we are insured by our good friends at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina. This year our premiums are going up nearly 20 percent.

Lawmakers are questioning Anthem Blue Cross out in California for increasing premiums by as much as 39 percent on individual and small group policy holders. I’m wondering if Blue Cross of North Carolina is engaged in similar price gouging.

So let me know how much your premiums are increasing this year. All insurance carriers are fair game but I’m most interested in Blue Cross. This can be for an individual policy or group. You can either leave a comment or email me at [email protected] Emailers will remain anonymous unless you want your name used. Ask your friends and family. Let’s see if this is an isolated event or a national pattern.

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