health exchange

08-16-13 Roger Sevigny Ins Comm
On August 8, Southern New Hampshire University was the site of a forum titled “Countdown to October 1, 2013:  The Affordable Care Act and Your Small Business.” 
By Lisa Bertagnoli • River Forest resident Anne Clark and her family have felt the pinch of health insurance costs at work and at home.
AARP Minnesota Director Michele Kimball Issued the Following Statement After Governor Mark Dayton Signed the Minnesota Health Care Exchange into Law
Boise, Idaho - The creation of a state-based health insurance exchange is one of the most hotly debated issues taking place during the current Idaho State Legislative session.  But according to an AARP Idaho survey of registered voters  there’s little debate among Gem Staters on the issue.  Many of those surveyed report difficulty paying for their health insurance and overwhelmingly support the creation of a state-based exchange that could get them a better deal and more options on rising insurance premiums.
Starting this fall, as many as 200,000 uninsured Nebraskans could seek insurance coverage through a new health benefit exchange created by the Affordable Care Act. AARP Nebraska today urged state lawmakers to prepare for challenges helping people enroll in health plans while opposing a bill that would make it harder for people to get the assistance they need.
Peggy Munson Testimony
Boise, Idaho - AARP Idaho state volunteer president Peggy Munson testified in front of the Idaho Senate Commerce & Human resources committee in support of a Senate Bill 1042 which would establish a state-based health insurance exchange in Idaho.
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