In Monday’s CBS News Report via Media Research Center (MRC-TV):
“Norah O’Donnell’s 20-second news brief on Monday’s CBS This Morning is the sole Big Three network mention so far of the Wall Street Journal’s Sunday report about a “troubling element” of ObamaCare – exorbitant deductibles with the no-frills plans available on the health care exchanges.
O’Donnell zeroed in on the item by reporters Leslie Scism and Timothy W. Martin, who cited a new report that found that “the average individual deductible for…a bronze plan on the exchange…is $5,081 a year“: [MP3 audioavailable here.
NORAH O’DONNELL: The Wall Street Journal says health insurance customers are finding another problem under ObamaCare. The new generation of policies have higher deductibles. Consumers have to pay more of their own money before insurance kicks in. The average deductible for the lowest level of insurance on HealthCare.gov is more than $5,000.”