Americans who are suffering rate increases and higher out-of-pocket expenses thanks to the healthcare “reforms” of the “Affordable” Care Act, are about to get hit with even higher costs, after the nation’s largest health insurer announced recently that it was pulling out of the Obamacare exchanges after losing a whopping $1 billion since 2014.

As reported by The Associated Press – which tried to spin the departure in a good light for consumers (more on that in a moment) – UnitedHealth said that its losses had caused it to limit participation in the exchanges to just a handful of states next year, after expanding to 34 in 2016, though officials with the company would not be more specific about 2017 plans. FULL REPORT