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• People with pre-existing conditions gathered in Orlando to call on Rick Scott to support the Affordable Care Act. The state is one of twenty challenging the law’s constitutionality in court. Read More »
• Thousands of Floridians have been told they could lose Affordable Care Act coverage because of inconsistencies in their paperwork. In August, the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace started contacting enrollees who had inconsistencies on their applications relating to citizenship or immigration status. Anne Packham is the Marketplace Exchange Project Coordinator in Central Florida. She says across the state more than 90,000 people have been told the information they submitted on their applications, such as the Social Security or Permanent Resident Card number, doesn’t match the information the government already has on file. Packham says that’s about 10% of Floridians who signed up overall. “A lot of people who did it online or who didn’t get around to doing that are now getting notices from the government … Read More »
• The Affordable Care Act has allowed many young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance. A study suggest the coverage may be helping more of them get treatment for mental health issues. Read More »