Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Missourians Advised To Resist Health Care Law

Over the past few months the government has been spending millions on advertising to create awareness for the upcoming Health Insurance Marketplace, which opens for enrollment on October 1st. The new marketplace will help millions of Americans customize a healthcare plan that best suits their needs. Although open enrollment is less than a week away, some state officials continue to discourage residents in participating.

Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder has a message for the thousands of Missourians looking for health insurance: Don't get it through an online marketplace that launches next week. "I would hope there would be active resistance to this law — that people would not sign up," Kinder said Monday. 

Later today President Obama and Bill Clinton will meet to discuss the value of the new exchange. With open enrollment just days away, how many people do you think will purchase their plan through an online marketplace?

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