Except when you’re not:

Laura Krantz, a former NPR editor & producer, is a Scripps Fellow in environmental journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Late last week, she discovered to her dismay that Colorado’s Obamacare Health Insurance Exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, had inexplicably canceled her health and dental insurance.

If she likes this kind of service, we’re sure she’ll love single payer.

In related news, Connect for Health has budgeted $123,870 in bonuses to its employees this year. But back to our story…

Fast forward to March 2nd:

Hooray!

So, dear readers, if your Obamacare plan is canceled for no reason, it’s very simple to get it reinstated. Just tweet about it a lot, spend 8+ hours on the phone, and hope for the best!

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