Obamacare Causes 5.6 Million Cancelled Insurance Plans


For Every 14 Cancellations, One Person has Signed Up for Obamacare

MacIver News Service | December 16, 2013

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[Madison, Wisc…] More than 5.6 million individuals and families across the country have had their health insurance policies cancelled because they are not in compliance with the regulations of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) according to a new report by the Liberty Foundation.

In a report released on Friday, the Liberty Foundation found that the President’s promise, “If you like your health insurance, you can keep it,” was false. California and New Jersey residents were hit the hardest, with one million and 800,000 cancellation notices respectively.

About 180,000 people purchase insurance on the individual market in Wisconsin. However, state officials are not keeping track of the number of cancellations according to the Wisconsin State Journal. So, it is hard to tell how many people have lost their insurance in the Badger State.

Nationally, about 365,000 people have signed up for health insurance on the state and federal exchanges. This is far fewer than the 7 million the Congressional Budget Office said would need to sign up for the ACA to be financially feasible.

It also means that for every new policy purchased on the exchanges, 14 individuals and families lost their insurance.

The problems with access to the exchange is not just on healthcare.gov as you can see by this report.

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