(Breitbart) First-time health insurance purchasers may soon slam into the wall of reality when they learn their new Obamacare plans come with several expensive out-of-pocket costs. That fact, reports Politico's David Nather, has Obama administration officials nervous.
"The point of the Affordable Care Act is to cover people who haven't had health insurance before," writes Nather. "But because they're new to health insurance, they may be in for a rude shock: It doesn't cover everything. There are deductibles, for example--the amount of money you have to spend out of pocket before coverage kicks in--which can be very high with 'bronze' Obamacare plans, the cheapest kind." Copays and coinsurance are additional costs they may not be familiar with.