The two-faced nature of this bill is reflected in Section 102. This section is titled "Protecting the Choice to Keep Current Coverage."
This section exists because the president made numerous soundbytes claiming that people could keep their current insurance.
The first item in this section is a paragraph titled "Limitation on New Enrollment" which curtails the ability of people to join your existing plan.
Insurance is based on the behavior of a pool of policy holders. These pools are dynamic. People join and leave the pool. The dynamic nature of the pool is an integral part of your existing plans.
Insurance is somewhat like a Ponzi-scheme in that it is dependent on bringing new policy holders into the pool on a regular basis.
The Limitations on new enrollment fundamentally changes the nature of your existing policy. Even if you keep your policy the fundamental change dictated by the legislation changes the nature of the pool making it something less stable and more expensive than it currently is.
To make matters even worse, The new law (section 102.3) places restrictions on premium increases. The restrictions make it extremely difficult for existing insurance plans to compensate for the changes in section 102.2
The section to preserve existing plans is nothing but a strategy to destroy such plans by a coercive change their nature.