‘Insurance Policies Canceled’ By The Millions

280,000 Kentuckians Losing Coverage, 900,000 Lose In California, 160,000 In North Carolina. ‘Data Unavailable In Half The States’


Obamacare: At Least ‘3.5 Million Insurance Policies Canceled’

“Millions of Americans who buy their own health insurance are being informed that their policies will no longer be offered starting in the new year… This chart shows that at least 3.5 million Americans have received the notices so far.” (“State By State: 3.5 Million Insurance Policies Canceled,” AP, 11/2/13)

  • “About 280,000 Kentuckians will have to give up their current insurance policies in the months ahead and enroll in alternatives that comply with the federal Affordable Care Act. Kentucky Department of Insurance spokeswoman Ronda Sloan said individual policies for about 130,000 people will be discontinued, as will small group policies for about 150,000 more.” (“About 280,000 Kentuckians Losing Current Coverage,” AP, 11/2/13)
  • “Alabama 90,000; Alaska 5,300; … California 900,000; … District of Columbia 21,300; Florida 330,000; Georgia 400,000; … Idaho 105,000; … Indiana 108,000; Iowa 1,000; … Kentucky 130,000; Louisiana 10,000; … Michigan 225,000; Minnesota 140,000; Mississippi 600; … New Hampshire 20,000; New Jersey 150,000; New Mexico 26,000; New York 100,000; North Carolina 160,000; … Oregon 150,000; Pennsylvania 215,000-250,000; … Washington 290,000; … Wyoming 3,200” (“State By State: 3.5 Million Insurance Policies Canceled,” AP, 11/2/13)
  • “In North Dakota, the health care changes will wipe out virtually all the 2,500 individual plans carried by Medica and Sanford Health.…Sanford Health sent cancellation letters to about 450 policyholders.… About 2,000 Medica policyholders were sent letters staring in September, and most of them will see higher premiums if they choose to upgrade their plan, spokesman Greg Bury said.” (“Health Law Leads To Cancellation Of N.D. Policies,” The Bismarck Tribune, 11/3/13)

“…data unavailable in half the states.” (“State By State: 3.5 Million Insurance Policies Canceled,” AP, 11/2/13)


Everybody Remembers The Promise

OBAMA PROMISE: “If you have health insurance and you like it, and you have a doctor that you like, then you can keep it. Period. And I won’t sign a bill that somehow would make it tougher for people to keep their health insurance. … We certainly would not be signing a bill that somehow prevented somebody from getting, from keeping insurance that they’ve already got or allow private insurers to sign up new folks if they’re providing good service.” (President Obama, Conference Call With Liberal Bloggers, 7/20/09)

  • OBAMA: “If you like your current plan, you will be able to keep it. Let me repeat that: if you like your plan, you'll be able to keep it.” (President Obama, 7/21/09)
  • OBAMA: “… nothing in this plan will require you or your employer to change the coverage or the doctor you have. Let me repeat this: nothing in our plan requires you to change what you have.” (President Obama, Remarks To A Joint Session Of Congress (As Prepared), 9/9/09)

SEN. HARRY REID (D-NV): “In fact, one of our core principles is that if you like the health care you have, you can keep it.” (Sen. Reid, Congressional Record, S.8642, 8/3/09)