Via twitter today, I asked Kip Piper:
@donaldhtaylorjr Hi. No, not seen that kind of data yet. Insurers ability to do that limited in some state, wild west in others.
— Kip Piper (@KipPiper) November 4, 2013
Some individual market plans were eligible for grandfathering, but had to remain unchanged to be grandfathered (meaning the benefits could not be changed). What proportion of the cancelled individual market plans were eligible to be grandfathered? Some such plans may have had to be cancelled, while others may have been cancelled due to changes brought about by insurance companies. And the answer seems to potentially differ by state?
Does anyone know?
cross posted at freeforall