Michigan: Republicans would kick 650,000 people off their healthcare policies.

Here's the good news: The "Healthy Michigan" program, Michigan's name for ACA Medicaid expansion, is up to over 415,000 enrollees, or 87% of the total eligible for the program. Hooray!!

Now here's the bad news: If the Republican Party has their way, every single one of those people will have their brand-new coverage yanked away from them...along with an additional 240,000 or more people (including myself) who are enrolled in private policies thanks to the Affordable Care Act.

Healthy Michigan Plan Enrollment Statistics

Beneficiaries with Healthy Michigan Plan Coverage: 415,504
(Includes beneficiaries enrolled in health plans and beneficiaries not required to enroll in a health plan.)

*Statistics as of October 13, 2014 
*Updated every Monday at 3 p.m.

Combine the two, and that's over 650,000 Michiganders who will be royally screwed if Republicans get their way, or over 6.5% of the entire population of the state.

The Healthy Michigan link even includes a handy PDF which breaks out the Medicaid side by county. Assuming the private policies are spread out in a similar proportion, just multiply each county-level number by around 1.5x to get the total number who'd be scrambling for new coverage.

Of course, unlike the passage of the ACA, which doesn't allow insurance providers to deny coverage due to preexisting conditions, repealing the law would mean those companies could go right back to doing exactly that...which means that a big portion of those 650,000 Michiganders would have absolutely nowhere to turn.