WRTV reports that around 30,000 are going to lose their health care plans due to Obamacare in Indiana:
"Thousands of Hoosiers are learning they will need to get new health insurance," says the local Indiana reporter. "This impacts 30,000 Anthem customers in the state. Their policies don't meet the guidelines of the Affordable Care Act, so Anthem can't sell them. We're told customers will have to pick a new plan between November 15th and December 31st, if they want coverage in the new year. All new policies sold must include ten essential benefits, like maternity coverage and pediatric dental care."
The report goes on to night that it "not an option" to appeal this decision because plans must be "compliant with the Affordable Care Act."