There is not enough information in your post, Timothy, to let us know what your situation is. If you are carrying private insurance, your insurance company should all ready ahve notified you if they are continuing the private policy you have, or whether they will be issuing new policies, or if you will need to go to the exchange in your state. There are only two exchanges that would be applicable to any one citizen. That is, if your state has set up its own exchange, as California has, or you would go to the federal exchange if your state is not participating in the ACA. If your policy is issued through an employer or a group, then they will have information about new policies during your open enrollment period. Since the ACA mandates better coverage, it is unlikely that diabetes supplies will be adversely affected. I also noticed all ready in this thread that many are posting political views rather than actually providing any information or asking questions. I think the original thread beginning asked not to get political. That would be good since we are all here to help each other, not to carp about our political viewpoints. The one big thing about the ACA that anyone with diabetes should be happy about is that insurance companies can no longer refuse to cover you. In California, insurance companies must cover diabetes supplies and that isn't changing. (Although they still don't mandate coverage of the CGM in most cases, and I wish they would add that.) Now, for the first time, anyone and everyone with diabetes can get coverage.
That's a really good thing.