The Affordable Care Act's open enrollment period started with even more controversy: Sharp premium hikes for some enrollees are making the health insurance plan even more divisive.
Many customers are going to have to pay more for their insurance. But just how much more they'll have to pay varies wildly by state. USA Today reports.
In Arizona, the second-lowest-cost Silver plan -- the benchmark plan that determines subsidy levels -- will cost 116 percent more. In Indiana, that same plan will cost 3 percent less.