Fun With ObamaCare Exchanges: Oregon Version

Continuing the series on how plans on the ObamaCare exchanges compare to plans on ehealthinsurance, today we’ll look at the Oregon exchange, called “Cover Oregon.”  (See previous entries on California and Colorado).

Cover Oregon has a nice feature on its site that allows one to compare policies without registering for an account. On that page I entered the following information: age 29, income $40,000, 1 person in household, and zip code 97201 (Portland).  Here are the top four results in order of cheapest policies:

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