|Targeted News Service|
When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed, a promise was made that if you liked your health insurance, you could keep it. Amid reports that some individual health plans don't meet the minimum benefits required under the ACA will be cancelled, U.S. Senator
While many consumers may choose to purchase new plans once they learn of the additional benefits available through the new Marketplaces, they will be able to keep their current plan if they like it.
"A promise was made that if you like your health plan, you can keep it - and I will do everything I can to see that the promise is kept. That is what the American people were told, and my legislation will make sure that is what happens. Many people may find better plans in the Marketplaces that offer superior coverage for them at a good value and at a potentially lower cost. But if people want to keep their current plans, they should be able to do so,"
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