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It’s the same story for gig workers, restaurant staff and those in hospitality across the country. But in the years since its enactment, prices for many marketplace plans have risen to hundreds of dollars per month. Marotta says when she aged off her parents’ coverage in December, she couldn’t afford to pay for the plans she qualified for under the ACA.

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