More consumers are expected to lose their health plan come November under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, though not nearly as many who lost their health plan last year.

According to Washington-based news outlet Morning Consult, nearly 50,000 people will lose their current health coverage in the next few weeks as "letters notifying consumers that their insurance policies are cancelled will be sent next month."

Morning Consult reported the figure after collecting data from insurance departments and providers in seven states — Kentucky, Alaska, Tennessee, New Mexico, North Carolina, Maine and Colorado. Other states have not released information.

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