Sharing the Pain
7:02 AM, Nov 14, 2013 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
Those whose insurance has been cancelled as “substandard” don’t have much recourse. They can go to the government’s website, which isn’t working so well. Or they could write their person in Congress as some 30,000 of Senator Dianne Feinstein’s constituents have. And, then, they can submit their cancellation notices to a web site – one that does work – for posting.
As Andy Meek of National Journal reports:
While sending in a cancellation letter might be a way to vent, the site is careful about decorum.
Sharing that cancellation letter may not help much if you get sick. But in the (very) short run, it might make you feel a little better.
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