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Has your health insurance changed under Obamacare?

With millions of consumers expected to lose their health coverage because it does not meet the minimum requirements under Obamacare, CNBC is wondering how you have been affected by changes in the health care law.

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Sources deeply involved in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act tell NBC News that 50 percent to 75 percent of the 14 million consumers who buy their insurance individually can expect to receive a "cancellation" letter or the equivalent over the next year because their existing policies don't meet the standards mandated by the new health care law.

(Read more: CNBC explains Obamacare minimums)

Another expert said that number could be as high as 80 percent.

(Read more: White House knew millions couldn't keep health plans)

We want to know how you've been affected by the new health-care law:

  • Have you received a letter cancelling your insurance?
  • Have you had to make any changes to your coverage?
  • Are your premiums going to rise next year?


Take our poll and share your experiences in the comments below or via email at Tellus@cnbc.com. (We'll use the best ones on-air and in future CNBC.com stories. And we may reach out to some for further discussion).

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  • GlaxoSmithKline shares jumped 3 percent after the British pharmaceutical giant reported second quarter turnover and earnings per share that were slightly higher than forecast on Wednesday.

  • Students from around the country celebrate in front of the Supreme Court after justices decide for the Affordable Care Act, on June, 25, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

    States that expanded Medicaid programs saw bigger gains in insured rates, and access to doctors and medicines.

  • Covered California Executive Director Peter V. Lee announced that the statewide weighted average health insurance rate increase will be 4 percent, lower than last year, during a press conference at its headquarters in Sacramento on Monday, July 27, 2015.

    Customers of the largest state-run Obamacare exchange can see price cuts if they move out of their current plans.

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