More than 81,000 Ohio families will be getting health-insurance rebates this summer that will total $11.3 million.
The average refund will be $139, but some of the 81,500 families will receive hundreds of dollars more, according to The Plain Dealer in Cleveland.
The Ohio rebates are part of the $1.1 billion that insurers nationwide must return to nearly 12.8 million Americans this year under the Affordable Care Act, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
No one in Ohio who is covered by a large-group plan — a company with 51 or more employees — is due a rebate, according to Health and Human Services. Read on at the Columbus Dispatch...