More than 400,000 Floridians are getting notices their health insurance policies are going away, spiking like a fever the debate over what it all means.
Opponents of the Affordable Care Act color it as a cancel-fest symptomatic of the law’s problems that already include a balky online marketplace. Supporters blast what they see as phony alarmism and say large numbers of people stand to obtain better coverage, in many cases for less money.
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