CHICAGO (AP) -- Information on the prices of the health insurance policies available on the new Illinois marketplace is emerging, but slowly.
The federal government released some prices late Tuesday for policies available to Illinois residents. Many consumers haven't been able to see the prices because of glitches on a federal website.
The new information shows prices by county, in certain age categories and certain family situations.
For example, a 27-year-old Winnebago County resident can choose from 53 plans ranging in price from $111 a month to $352 a month. That's before tax credits, which could bring costs lower.
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