January 30, 2016
Over the last few weeks, many of you have reached out to express confusion and even frustration over looming threats to the Affordable Care Act. With open enrollment ending tomorrow, and a jumble of contradictory and sometimes misleading statements coming from Congress and the White House, I want you to know that my office is here to help.
Our experienced team can help you find valuable and up-to-date information and connect you with the help you need to navigate the health insurance marketplace.
Open enrollment ends tomorrow, January 31, 2017. That means tomorrow is also the last day to enroll or change your health plan.
After January 31st, you will only be able to enroll or change your plan if you experience a qualifying life event such as the birth of a child, losing other coverage, change in marital status, or aging off your parents’ plan. These events can qualify you for a Special Enrollment Period to sign up or change your health insurance plan.
Click here for more information about qualifying for a Special Enrollment Period.
If you want to learn more about your health insurance options:
Raise your voice! Real stories from real people play an important role in the fight to protect the Affordable Care Act. If you gained health insurance or have been helped in other ways by the Affordable Care Act, please consider sharing your story with me.
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As always, please do not hesitate to contact my office about this or any other issue.