Read more: Seven million will lose insurance under Obama health law - Washington Times
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People who have insurance that is no longer allowed will lose that option, so its true that some will lose their plans.
Its also true that some who cannot afford insurance currently, will also still not be able to afford insurance with subsidies.
PolitiFact Texas | Cruz claim about fewer Americans with employer-backed health plans cherry-picks and misinterprets Congressional Budget Office figure
Here is the CBO report: http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/fil...getOutlook.pdf
Here is the chart that 7 million comes from: http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/fil...ageEffects.pdf
Lets look at a couple key things from that chart. Currently, 154 million get insurance through employer. Next year, 155. Then 157, then 160. In point of fact, more people will be getting insurance through their employer than currently. What the chart shows is that by 2021 7 million fewer people will get insurance through an employer than if the law had not been enacted. So, more people getting insurance through employer than now, and the 7 million is the difference between the law currently and if ACA had not been enacted, over 10 years. Note that in fact the chart does not say people will lose their insurance from an employer.