Gary King, who owns the religious supplies store Miracle On Main Street in Stockton, Calif., had his health insurance cancelled because his policy was not in compliance of the Affordable Care Act. King, shown in his shop Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, will pay $68 more a month for insurance purchased on the California exchange. (Genevieve Ross/MCT)
Gary King, who owns the religious supplies store Miracle On Main Street in Stockton, Calif., had his health insurance cancelled because his policy was not in compliance of the Affordable Care Act. King, shown in his shop Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, will pay $68 more a month for insurance purchased on the California exchange. (Genevieve Ross/MCT) MCT
Gary King, who owns the religious supplies store Miracle On Main Street in Stockton, Calif., had his health insurance cancelled because his policy was not in compliance of the Affordable Care Act. King, shown in his shop Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, will pay $68 more a month for insurance purchased on the California exchange. (Genevieve Ross/MCT) MCT

Only 500,000 people with cancelled policies will lose health care coverage

December 20, 2013 06:00 AM

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