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MyCancellation.com: An ObamaCare Website that Works

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From the folks at Independent Women’s Voice:

Can’t keep your health care plan? Received a cancellation letter?

We know that ObamaCare is causing this happen to people all across America — your family, your friends, your co-workers, your employees. Maybe even you.

Washington needs to see what is happening. That’s why Independent Women’s Voice launched a new Tumblr site — MyCancellation.com — and we are looking for submissions from the millions across the country who have received cancellation letters from their health insurance providers notifying them that their plan – that they liked – will be cancelled due to ObamaCare.

It is easy! Take a picture of yourself with your cancellation letter and send it to us at letters@mycancellation.com. (We’ll take care of covering up all private information — we aren’t the government and don’t want that out there!) To make it particularly fun, feel free to borrow the placard meme from Occupy Wall Street – a picture of yourself, your letter, and a sign saying whatever you think appropriate.

Help us show Washington the faces of those who were told they could keep their plan if they liked it, who really can’t. All thanks to ObamaCare

Website:: MyCancellation.com
Twitter: @MyCancellation
Facebook: facebook.com/mycancellation

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John Couretas is Editor-at-Large for the Acton Institute.