Kristy Farrington, a Sacramento State student, looks at a pamphlet with information on Covered California. Under 2016 rates announced Monday by Covered California, Northern Californians will pay $88 more in average monthly health care premiums than Southern California consumers.
Kristy Farrington, a Sacramento State student, looks at a pamphlet with information on Covered California. Under 2016 rates announced Monday by Covered California, Northern Californians will pay $88 more in average monthly health care premiums than Southern California consumers. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
Kristy Farrington, a Sacramento State student, looks at a pamphlet with information on Covered California. Under 2016 rates announced Monday by Covered California, Northern Californians will pay $88 more in average monthly health care premiums than Southern California consumers. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file

Covered California sets 4 percent hike in 2016 health care premiums; Northern Californians to pay more

July 26, 2015 11:29 AM

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