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For some, losing so-called bad apple health insurance plans will mean paying more for less

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Hadley Heath's health insurance plan seemed to have it all. A low deductible, low monthly premium, and comprehensive coverage that even included free preventative care. But Heath's insurer, CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield just sent her a letter, announcing they will terminate her plan because it lacks "Essential Health Benefits," mandated under the Affordable Care Act. Heath is one of millions...

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