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Some people got letters saying their health insurance plans were canceled because of the ACA. That's probably just a lie. The people who sold you cheap junk insurance for profit, the people who cancel your plan when you get sick, without mental health coverage, the people who are in it for the money, are not being perfectly honest.
The ACA allows existing plans to remain in force.
Here's an article that explains how that works.

Thu Nov 07, 2013 at 11:07 AM PT: PART II—OTHER PROVISIONS




10 (1) IN GENERAL.—Nothing in this Act (or an

11 amendment made by this Act) shall be construed to

12 require that an individual terminate coverage under

13 a group health plan or health insurance coverage in

14 which such individual was enrolled on the date of en

15 actment of this Act.


17 to a group health plan or health insurance coverage

18 in which an individual was enrolled on the date of

19 enactment of this Act, this subtitle and subtitle A

20 (and the amendments made by such subtitles) shall

21 not apply to such plan or coverage, regardless of

22 whether the individual renews such coverage after

23 such date of enactment.

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