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HELENA — Business owner Loren Davis provides health coverage for his 28-person workforce, and wants to keep them covered — but with the coming changes under the Affordable Care Act, he’s having a tough time deciding what to do.
HELENA — Come next year, members of Congress and their staffs must buy their health insurance on the new Affordable Care Act marketplace — but they’ll have the benefit of the federal government paying a large share of the price of that coverage.
HELENA — So, you’d like to buy health insurance on Montana’s new Internet marketplace — but you’re not sure what it is, or if it’s the right option for you?
HELENA — If you’re single, earn about $15,000 a year and have no health insurance, subsidized policies under the Affordable Care Act will be available this fall for as little as $23 a month — and with good benefits.
HELENA — The federal health reform law remains highly politicized, as national conservative groups and congressional Republicans continue to call for its repeal and urge resistance more than three years after the law’s passage.
HELENA — For Native Americans in Montana, the Affordable Care Act’s new health insurance marketplace offers a deal that’s hard to beat.
HELENA — Health clinic director Kate McIvor says she and her counterparts across the state are excited about one of the biggest health care changes in decades: Tuesday’s roll-out of the new federal health insurance “marketplace” in Montana.