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The Obamacare success stories you haven’t been hearing about
Los Angeles Times

Last summer Ellen Holzman and Meredith Vezina, a married gay couple in San Diego County, got kicked off their long-term Kaiser health plan, for which they’d been paying more than $1,300 a month. The cause wasn’t the Affordable Care Act, as far as they knew. They’d been living outside Kaiser’s service area, and the health plan had decided to tighten its rules. That’s when they discovered the chilly hazards of dependence on the individual health insurance market.