One million Californians have had their health plans cancelled.


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In the “You like your plan you keep your plan” front: One million Californians have had their health plans cancelled.

The short article is fascinating in that it buries this important fact, focusing instead how one health insurance company is extending its plans for two months for one hundred thousand policies.

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  • Pzatchok

    If this trend continues there will be more than 30 million people who lose their insurance nation wide.

    Isn’t that MORE than the people they wanted to make sure did get insurance? The previously uninsured.

    Add in the fact that everyones insurance costs WILL go up and exactly what did they do right in enacting this law? Well to be more specific, what has gone right that they said would go right and happened?

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