Obamacare forces 13 states to cancel insurance plans

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Finding out what’s in it: Thirteen states plus the District of Columbia are expected to force the cancellation of hundreds of thousands of health care policies just before the November elections because they are not in compliance with ObamaCare.

In coming weeks, 13 states and the District of Columbia plan to cancel such policies, which generally fall out of compliance with the Affordable Care Act because they don’t offer the level of coverage the law requires. Virginia will be hardest hit, with 250,000 policies expected to be canceled. And because federal law requires a 60-day notice of any plan changes, voters will be notified no later than November 1, right before the Nov. 4 midterms.Many of those forced out of their current plans and into ObamaCare may not be able to keep their doctors. They also could face higher deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses, making ObamaCare an election issue on the eve of voting.

But we all know none of this is possible because Obama promised us multiple times that “If you like your plan you get to keep your plan. Period.” And everything Obama and every Democrat says is always true!



  • Pzatchok

    They are not being cancelled, they are being re-evaluated for improvements.

    These needed and necessary improvements are to only make the healthcare of the individual better, faster and easier. And is many cases cheaper.

    Those who find they can no longer afford private healthcare will obviously have to go on the government system. But those who can afford to stay in the private system will obviously see vast changes and many improvements to their system.
    An equalization of coverage was needed in order to make everyone equal and equally covered.
    There will obviously be bumps in the road and in some cases a few will not be covered until they get onto the better system they can afford.

    A regulated market place is a safe and fare market place.

    And remember this was all brought to you by your loving democrats, the insurance counsel and their lobbyists.

    I had nothing to do with it, we were forced to do this by those rascally republicans.

  • Edward

    Pzatchok said, “we were forced to do this by those rascally republicans.”

    Yeah! Let’s blame the Republicans. Or better yet, just as “South Park” did, let’s blame Canada!
    [*** LANGUAGE WARNING ***]
    “We must blame them and cause a fuss before somebody thinks of blaming us!”

  • Pzatchok


    Lets blame Canada!!!

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