Report: Canceled Health Plans Should Be Kept in Perspective

Critics of the Affordable Care Act have lambasted President Obama's signature legislation as it struggles with technical glitches and as thousands of people nationally report the cancellation of their existing health insurance plans. But a report released Thursday by Families USA, a national health consumer organization, attempts to put the numbers in perspective.

“Although President Obama was right to express his concern about and to propose interim corrective action for the people at risk of losing health coverage due to the Affordable Care Act,” said Ron Pollack, executive director of Families USA, “it is important to keep a perspective ...

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