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Anthem CEO Joseph Swedish said the insurer would raise rates by 20 percent if the U.S. government stops funding subsidies for lower-income customers. (Photo: iStock)

Anthem Inc. threatened to raise rates for its Obamacare plans next year if the U.S. government stops funding subsidies for lower-income customers, putting pressure on the administration and Republicans to support a key piece of the health law.

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