Health Care Group Says ACA Termination Concerns Undue

Law360, New York (November 21, 2013, 4:57 PM EST) -- A health care consumer advocate on Thursday argued that recent concerns over mass cancellations under the Affordable Care Act overstate the real impact of the law, claiming more than 99 percent of nonelderly consumers who lose private coverage will subsequently receive some form of government aid.

In a report released Thursday, advocacy group Families USA argues that though a wave of cancellation notices due to the law's essential benefit mandates are a legitimate concern, most people with private individual insurance will soon be afforded access to...
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