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Rodney Burris writes:
I have been away from Columbia for years but still call it home and can keep up by reading your online magazine. I do have 1 question about this article Do you or anyone ever think about who is paying the bill to offer such a deal? I will tell you it's the hard working people of Kentucky whose rates are going through the roof to provide for the non producers as always. Thanks for allowing me to vent. - Rodney Burris
Thanks, Rodney - You're right about sky high rates, but that happened a long, long time before the Affordable Care Act. It was really frightening during the period after Blue Cross Blue Shield management took the then mutual (policy holder owned) Blue Cross/Blue Shield private. Management got rich. We policy holders saw our rates go through the roof. -EW

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