That's also where more than 7,000 Oklahomans can turn who have been notified their individual coverage is about to be canceled.
Patricia posted about the problem on Facebook, saying "I just got a letter today saying that my husband and I are being dropped by Insure Oklahoma on 12/31 of this year."
An Insure Oklahoma official says the insurance premium assistance program was funded with state tobacco tax money and matching federal funds but by the entire program is slated to go away next year, leaving people to search the marketplace for coverage.
And David in Claremore wrote to say he's heard that because Oklahoma opted out of creating a state exchange Oklahomans do not qualify for the subsidies intended to cut down on insurance costs.
That's not the case, at least for now, though a lawsuit could change that.
Currently on the federal exchange
Healthcare.gov, an agent can help you choose the right insurance plan. That's also where you are supposed to be able to get a calculation of how much of a subsidy you'll get.