The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – also known as "ObamaCare" or the ACA – explicitly requires Members of Congress and their staff to give up their generous health benefits and instead purchase health plans through the new health insurance exchanges, without special subsidies, so they can experience the law just as millions of other Americans now are having to do.

This provision could cost a Member of Congress and their staffers each about $5,000 a year for an individual or $11,000 a year for a family in health insurance premiums. 

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