By Alison Kodjak, NPR
When the health insurance premiums got to the point that they were higher than her mortgage, Renee Powell started to become cynical.
"There was something in me that just kind of switched," said the mother of two from Bartlesville, Okla. "I was okay with paying $750, but when it became about $100 more than my housing costs, it upset me."
Powell is an epidemiologist and used to work for the state in Oklahoma City. She had affordable insurance through that job.
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Obamacare needs to be repealed 100%. Insurance carriers need to go back to 2010 premiums, deductibles, co-payments and policy provisions with the exception of the following; no pre-existing conditions, insurance carriers can sell across state lines, dependents can remain on parents insurance as long as they're in school, subscribers can go to any doctor of their choosing.