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Do I have to get health insurance?

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What if I can't afford health insurance?

What are your options under the Affordable Care Act if you can't afford health insurance…

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How will Affordable Care Act affect Medicare?

If you're on Medicare, how will the new Affordable Care Act affect you? Click to find out…

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Will I have to change doctors?

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Can I just keep the insurance I have?

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What kind of benefits can I expect?

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Can my auto-home-life insurance agent enroll me?

Can your agent who handles your auto-home-life policies enroll you in health coverage?…

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Will past health problems keep me from getting coverage?

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Can my employer cut my hours?

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Can my adult children be covered by my policy?

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