This morning brings news that "[m]ore than a dozen states plan to cancel health care policies not in compliance with ObamaCare." At issue are so-called "grandmothered" plans: these are plans that HHS had allowed to stay on the books, even though they were "sub-par." It was up to the 58 departments of insurance to determine whether or not to go along with this. Some did, but have now reneged.
For example, a quarter of a million Old Dominion State policyholders will soon be receiving cancellation letters. Insureds in a dozen other states will, as well.
And great timing, too:
"[B]ecause federal law requires a 60-day notice of any plan changes, voters will be notified no later than November 1, right before the Nov. 4 midterms."