Millennials weigh health insurance options

Many young, healthy adults believe they do not need health insurance, and some are comparing the price of a tax penalty for remaining uninsured against the costs of health insurance premiums. But the penalty is rising, and households that remain uninsured and do not qualify for an exemption from the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate will pay an average penalty of $969, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. St. Louis Post-Dispatch/The Associated Press (1/26)