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Young seen as key to Obamacare success
San Diego Union-Tribune

Tending bar three days a week, with student loans still on the books, health insurance has not been a financial possibility for Promise Monroe of San Diego. And after checking prices on the state’s new health insurance exchange, she said, nothing has changed.

Even though government subsidies would reduce her monthly premium for a “sliver” exchange plan from $246 to $150, it will still be cheaper to pay the government’s fine, $95 or 1 percent of income.