On the federal insurance marketplace, Healthcare.gov, subsidies reduce premiums by 76% on average and are available to 87% of 2015 enrollees. But with the Supreme Court set to rule on King v. Burwell in 2015, these subsidies could be eliminated for nearly 5 million enrollees using the FFM as their marketplace. With bronze plans the most popular Affordable Care Act insurance for the unsubsidized, HealthPocket.com, a website that ranks health insurance plans, analyzed their premiums and deductibles in federal exchanges for which states have the highest and lowest insurance costs if subsidies are lost. Here are the states with lowest premiums and deductible.
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