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Obama, some Marylanders grapple with dropped insurance plans
Obama, some Marylanders grapple with dropped insurance plans

Raymond Liu remembers President Barack Obama's promise that people would be able to keep their insurance if they liked it. He liked his, but he won't be able to keep it. As Obama continues his campaign to win over Americans skeptical of the Affordable Care Act, the ranks of critics are growing, swollen by people such as Liu who are losing their existing health insurance because it does not comply with the law. Liu is one of 73,000 Marylanders insured by nine insurance companies who will not be able to keep their policies because they were not grandfathered under the new health law. Only policies created before March 23, 2010, when the health law passed, can be grandfathered,...

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