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Topic - Ronda Sloan
And the Obamacare hits just keep on coming. The latest is from Virginia, Kentucky and Idaho, where state leaders just announced insurance carriers will be completely scrapping their plans, because it’ll be easier to start with a clean slate to abide by Obamacare minimum mandates, than adjust and reform what was in existence.
"In this case," she said, "you're talking about an entirely new product.
Ronda Sloan, a spokeswoman for the Kentucky Department of Insurance, said it would just be faster for insurance companies to start over, than try to make their existing plans conform to the new federal requirements, CNN reported.