| Nearly a quarter million Virginians will have to change their insurance plans this fall. That's because many of them did not follow new Affordable Care Act rules. Now, some companies and individuals will need to choose new policies.
| According to a report from the state insurance department, floridas Obamacare enrollment is now over 220,000 lower than the Obama administrations most recent tally. The Obama administration hasnt released updated Obamacare enrollment statistics since May, when the Department of Health and Human Services put the number of Florida sign-ups at 983,775 but the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation says that now, just 762,723 Floridians have health insurance through the exchange. The state insurance department issued a report this week including updated exchange enrollment, based on rate filings from state health insurers. By June 2014, the number of Obamacare enrollees in Florida was almost a quarter lower than the Obama administrations sign-up numbers just one month before.
| Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Obama had taken a "rather expansive view of his responsibility to faithfully execute the laws." "And he's been particularly creative...with regard to Obamacare...and it is maddening. I think the best response for the American people might be this fall to change the Senate."
| Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, mulling a run for president as a Republican in 2016, is giving ammo to conservative leaders and congressional candidates to battle Democrats on how health-care premiums have gone up under Obamacare.
| Thousands of Connecticut Obamacare customers are facing coverage uncertainty after computer glitches estimated incorrect subsidies or randomly dropped them from their health plans without warning, even though they had paid premiums.