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Day 9: Spread the Word, because the White House won't, Obamacare Enrollment Ends Tue., Jan 31.  

Day 9:

Here at WKTB, we want the weekend actions to be simple, short and sweet. So for the first of the Saturday Sweet and Simple Actions… 213 more words

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Trump administration pulls back on HealthCare.gov ads

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration says it is pulling back advertising to promote HealthCare.gov as open enrollment draws to a close for this year. 375 more words

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Nevada Health Exchange Sign-Ups Appear to Outpace Last Year

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Health exchange sign ups in Nevada’s open enrollment period this year appear to be outpacing last year.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says almost 61,000 Nevadans had selected an insurance plan on HealthCare.gov from Nov. 86 more words

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5 things you need to know Monday

The Electoral College votes Monday

The 538 members of the Electoral College meet Monday in state capitols to cast their votes for president. It’s normally a symbolic gathering to formalize the majority vote in their respective states. 549 more words

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Feds Extend Healthcare.gov Deadline To Dec. 19, Citing Late Rush

Federal regulators Thursday night extended the midnight deadline for Affordable Care Act insurance by four days, as consumers fought to get through to call center operators and log onto Healthcare.gov to buy insurance that takes effect Jan. 135 more words

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HealthCare.gov Moves Sign Up Deadline To 11:59 PM PST Monday

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WASHINGTON (AP) – The Obama administration is giving consumers a few extra days to sign up on HealthCare.gov in time for health insurance coverage to take effect Jan. 117 more words

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Who decides which drug is worth the cost?

What would you expect from a drug costing $250,000 in year one of treatment and then $12,500 a month?

My reaction would be “amazing results.” But for a drug you know well from television advertising, that is not the case … depending on your perspective. 176 more words

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