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Open enrollment has ended for 2017... But you still have options.
If you've had a "Life Change Event" in the last 60 days,
you may qualify for a special enrollment.
Life Change Events may include; moving, a change of employment or marital status,
having a baby or adopting a child, or gaining U.S. citizenship etc.
Source: US Department of Health and Human Services
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On Friday, March 24th, 2017 the GOP AHCA bill meant to replace the ACA, was pulled when it was clear it would not get the votes needed to pass. Between the Democrats complete disinterest in considering the bill, and the Republican’s inability to come to a consensus, the AHCA seemed doomed from the beginning. But, where does that leave your average American who understands the need for affordable health care…READ MORE
On Monday March 6th, 2017 House Republicans released their proposed changes to the ACA. Some key areas of interest: Maintaining of the ACA’s allowing children to stay on their parent’s plans until the age of 26. No exclusions for pre-existing conditions. Planned Parenthood no longer being eligible for Medicaid Reimbursement. Tax Credits replacing subsidies As quickly as the proposal was released, questions and uncertainty about the plans potential to…READ MORE