HONOLULU (AP) The cheapest health insurance available in Hawaii can cost up to $10,000 per year, but it doesn’t have to be that expensive.
That’s because it doesn�t have to cover your medical bills or provide you with coverage for dental, vision and vision-related expenses.
It is not a requirement that most Americans have health insurance, but the Affordable Care Act mandates that most people must have it.
Some states and localities, such as Honolulu, have passed ordinances mandating coverage of dental, hospitalization, vision, dental, hearing and vision services.
They also have health benefits programs that help people pay for those costs.
The state Legislature in January passed a law requiring all residents over 65 and those with chronic conditions to purchase health insurance or pay a fine.
It is not currently in effect.
The law also requires employers to provide coverage for at least three years to employees who are 65 and older.
But it is not required by law to do so for the public.
Health care coverage is also not mandatory, but employers must offer it.
The Legislature has not passed an insurance mandate, but Hawaii has a system in place that includes a plan to provide affordable health insurance for all employees.
It�s one of only three states that requires coverage of services like dental, eye, vision-care and vision exams.
But the cost of the plans varies widely, from about $4,000 for a plan with dental coverage to $25,000 or more for plans that cover vision and hearing services, according to the National Association of State Boards of Dentistry.
The average annual cost of a plan for dental care was $7,000 in 2017, according, according a 2017 survey of health plans by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
To help make insurance more affordable, the Legislature created the Health Insurance Exchange, or HIE, to help people sign up for health coverage.
There are plans in Hawaii available from large companies, such a General Electric or Verizon, and small businesses, such one with a restaurant or bar.
The plan is offered at a sliding scale based on income and location.
A person can buy insurance from one of five plans, depending on their income, which is determined by their income and household size.
The average plan costs about $12,000 a year, depending of the plan.
In some states, the average is more, ranging from $19,000 to $60,000.
Hawaii is the only state that requires insurance to be purchased by a resident or business, or to pay a penalty.