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“Should I Enroll in the Marketplace?” and other resources

Eligibility requirements for the Marketplace are confusing, so we’ve put together a handy chart to walk you through it!  Share it with others who aren’t as familiar with the specifics of the law so that when October 1 comes, women know their options.

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In addition, last week our national partner – Raising Women’s Voices – launched an incredible new website that lays out everything women need to know about the new health care law and Marketplaces. 

The “Get Covered” portion of the site is a great resource for women looking to get enrolled in the Marketplace, as it gives a clear walkthrough of eligibility requirements, how to choose a health plan, and how to enroll (including links to all state marketplace websites).  The “Learn More” has over a dozen fact sheets succinctly covering the Marketplace, student health plans, and Coverage Checklists for different populations of women.

We are only 53 days from the start of open enrollment, and putting these resources in the hands of individuals who can reach uninsured populations will help ensure that the Affordable Care Act is successful for women.

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Enrollment ClosesFebruary 15th, 2015
Plenty of time to Get Covered
Learn about the Health Insurance Marketplace & your new coverage options.

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