250,000 Virginians Set to Receive Health Insurance Cancellation Notices

Kathryn Watson
The Daily Signal

A quarter-million Virginians likely will lose their health insurance plans by the end of the year because their plans to do not meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.

That’s in addition to the thousands of Virginians who already had lost their plans over the last year because of non-compliance with the ACA, popularly known as Obamacare.

Those who lose their health care plans can purchase another that complies with the ACA — but they’ll likely pay higher premiums each month.

A Manhattan Institute study found that older men (around age 64) are the only general group benefiting from lower rates than before because of the ACA. Young men (around age 27) are suffering the most from higher premiums as a result of Obamacare — an average 67 percent monthly increase…



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