Impact of Key Provisions of the House COVID-19 Relief Proposal on Marketplace Premiums

Appendix Table 1: Change in Monthly Benchmark Premium under House COVID-19 Relief Proposal
    27-year-old 40-year-old 60-year-old
Income FPL Current   Law Proposed Changes Current   Law Proposed Changes Current   Law Proposed Changes
$20,000 157% $72 $4 $72 $4 $72 $4
$25,000 196% $126 $37 $126 $37 $126 $37
$30,000 235% $193 $85 $193 $85 $193 $85
$35,000 274% $261 $145 $261 $145 $261 $145
$40,000 313% $316 $211 $323 $211 $324 $211
$45,000 353% $341 $274 $362 $274 $366 $274
$50,000 392% $354 $330 $394 $344 $408 $346
$60,000 470% $373 $357 $450 $404 $909 $425
$70,000 549% $373 $367 $450 $430 $924 $496
$80,000 627% $373 $371 $450 $442 $933 $566
$90,000 705% $373 $373 $450 $447 $933 $636
$100,000 784% $373 $373 $450 $449 $933 $701
NOTES: This table shows enrollment-weighted average premiums for the lowest-cost bronze plan. Current law premiums account for additional financial assistance provided to enrollees in California, Vermont, and Massachusetts.
SOURCE: KFF analysis of data from Healthcare.gov, Massachusetts Health Connector, and HIX Compare from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Appendix Table 2: Change in Monthly Bronze Premium under House COVID-19 Relief Proposal
    27-year-old 40-year-old 60-year-old
Income FPL Current   Law Proposed Changes Current   Law Proposed Changes Current   Law Proposed Changes
$20,000 157% $4 $0 $2 $0 $1 $0
$25,000 196% $37 $0 $24 $0 $3 $0
$30,000 235% $92 $7 $74 $3 $12 $0
$35,000 274% $158 $49 $139 $33 $42 $2
$40,000 313% $215 $111 $202 $92 $89 $17
$45,000 353% $240 $172 $240 $153 $124 $50
$50,000 392% $253 $229 $272 $222 $163 $107
$60,000 470% $272 $256 $328 $282 $656 $178
$70,000 549% $272 $266 $328 $308 $671 $246
$80,000 627% $272 $270 $328 $320 $680 $315
$90,000 705% $272 $272 $328 $325 $680 $384
$100,000 784% $272 $272 $328 $327 $680 $449
NOTES: This table shows enrollment-weighted average premiums for the lowest-cost bronze plan. Current law premiums account for additional financial assistance provided to enrollees in California, Vermont, and Massachusetts.
SOURCE: KFF analysis of data from Healthcare.gov, Massachusetts Health Connector, and HIX Compare from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Appendix Table 3: Change in Monthly Gold Premium under House COVID-19 Relief Proposal
  27-year-old 40-year-old 60-year-old
Income FPL Current   Law Proposed Changes Current   Law Proposed Changes Current   Law Proposed Changes
$20,000 157% $96 $33 $101 $40 $137 $80
$25,000 196% $150 $62 $155 $68 $190 $106
$30,000 235% $220 $112 $225 $118 $259 $154
$35,000 274% $287 $172 $293 $177 $326 $212
$40,000 313% $343 $238 $355 $243 $388 $277
$45,000 353% $368 $300 $393 $306 $430 $339
$50,000 392% $381 $357 $426 $375 $472 $410
$60,000 470% $400 $384 $482 $436 $972 $489
$70,000 549% $400 $394 $482 $462 $988 $560
$80,000 627% $400 $398 $482 $474 $996 $630
$90,000 705% $400 $400 $482 $479 $996 $699
$100,000 784% $400 $400 $482 $481 $996 $765
NOTES: This table shows enrollment-weighted average premiums for the lowest-cost bronze plan. Current law premiums account for additional financial assistance provided to enrollees in California, Vermont, and Massachusetts.
SOURCE: KFF analysis of data from Healthcare.gov, Massachusetts Health Connector, and HIX Compare from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Appendix Table 4: Average Change in Monthly Premium for Enrollee at $55,000 Income (430% of Poverty) Under House COVID-19 Relief Proposal, by State
  Lowest-Cost Bronze Benchmark Silver Lowest-Cost Gold
State Current Law Proposed Changes Current Law Proposed Changes Current Law Proposed Changes
Alabama $852 $1 $1,253 $390 $1,421 $558
Arizona $726 $198 $925 $390 $1,175 $640
Arkansas $684 $238 $836 $390 $1,059 $613
California $349 $176 $566 $390 $605 $428
Colorado $579 $223 $746 $390 $813 $458
Connecticut $781 $0 $1,349 $390 $1,116 $157
DC $726 $221 $894 $390 $929 $424
Delaware $850 $94 $1,146 $390 $1,098 $342
Florida $720 $144 $968 $390 $1,038 $459
Georgia $738 $162 $966 $390 $982 $406
Idaho $701 $41 $1,051 $390 $1,117 $456
Illinois $716 $210 $897 $390 $1,016 $509
Indiana $706 $212 $883 $390 $1,257 $763
Iowa $660 $13 $1,110 $390 $941 $221
Kansas $793 $170 $1,013 $390 $1,063 $440
Kentucky $726 $107 $1,009 $390 $1,229 $609
Louisiana $871 $121 $1,154 $390 $1,304 $539
Maine $738 $196 $932 $390 $1,049 $507
Minnesota $534 $271 $653 $390 $769 $506
Maryland $471 $123 $738 $390 $695 $347
Massachusetts $467 $238 $619 $390 $707 $478
Michigan $542 $196 $738 $390 $785 $437
Mississippi $864 $279 $974 $390 $1,153 $569
Missouri $738 $116 $1,016 $390 $1,125 $498
Montana $701 $89 $1,001 $390 $1,026 $415
Nebraska $932 $4 $1,485 $390 $1,340 $247
Nevada $594 $150 $834 $390 $1,003 $559
New Hampshire $525 $207 $707 $390 $770 $453
New Jersey $677 $207 $859 $390 $1,404 $934
New Mexico $501 $171 $719 $390 $687 $358
New York $430 $223 $597 $390 $709 $502
North Carolina $742 $64 $1,095 $390 $1,101 $395
North Dakota $579 $0 $1,047 $390 $918 $261
Ohio $595 $213 $772 $390 $910 $527
Oklahoma $780 $63 $1,177 $390 $1,065 $287
Oregon $675 $141 $923 $390 $973 $439
Pennsylvania $635 $99 $927 $390 $881 $344
Rhode Island $491 $139 $742 $390 $719 $367
South Carolina $697 $86 $1,005 $390 $1,090 $474
South Dakota $965 $57 $1,312 $390 $1,385 $463
Tennessee $722 $152 $983 $390 $1,197 $604
Texas $640 $113 $917 $390 $911 $383
Utah $578 $22 $956 $390 $980 $413
Vermont $491 $212 $669 $390 $674 $394
Virginia $760 $134 $1,016 $390 $984 $358
Washington $595 $163 $821 $390 $895 $463
West Virginia $1,266 $281 $1,375 $390 $1,752 $767
Wisconsin $718 $140 $970 $390 $1,020 $439
Wyoming $1,103 $0 $1,679 $390 $1,369 $80
NOTES: This table shows enrollment-weighted average premiums for the lowest-cost bronze plan, the second-lowest cost silver plan, and the lowest-cost gold plan in each county, based on premiums in effect in 2021. Current law premiums account for additional financial assistance provided to enrollees in California, Vermont, and Massachusetts.
SOURCE: KFF analysis of data from Healthcare.gov, Massachusetts Health Connector, and HIX Compare from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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