Yes, nine states supplement marketplace subsidies and offer additional cost sharing reductions for their residents.
•California: California pays $1 per month in premiums for every person enrolled in their exchange.
•Colorado: Colorado offers additional cost sharing reductions for consumers with income between 150-200% of the FPL if they select a Silver plan through their exchange. Colorado also established a new platform that undocumented immigrants can use to enroll in coverage.
•New Jersey: Increased subsidies are offered to residents with income up to 600 percent of the FPL.
•Massachusetts; In Massachusetts, subsidies are increased for residents with income up to 300 percent of poverty.
•Maryland: Consumers between the ages of 18-34 are eligible for additional premium subsidies if their income is up to 400% of the FPL.
•New Mexico: New Mexico offers subsidies to consumers with incomes up to 400% of the FPL and additional cost sharing reductions for enrollees whose income is up to 300% of the FPL.
•Connecticut: Connecticut supplements premium and cost sharing subsidies for eligible families with income up to 175% of the poverty level if they choose a Silver plan.
•Vermont: Vermont offers additional state-funded premium subsidies and cost-sharing reductions for enrollees with incomes up to 300% of the FPL.
•Washington: Washington offers premium subsidies for consumers whose income is up to 250% of the FPL.