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Senator Hagan Asks Obama Administration To Extend Open Enrollment
Written by Brandon Dickson   
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 13:00

RALEIGH -- US Senator Kay Hagan has asked the Obama Administration to extend the Open Enrollment Period by two months and to waive the individual mandate for the same period of time. Hagan says she supports a bill that ensures those outside of the individual market get to keep their plans.

According to Hagan, "The vast majority of people who receive insurance outside of the individual market will not have to change their plans. But people were told they would be able to keep their plans, if they liked them. And I am supporting the Landrieu bill to ensure that that happens."

Under this proposal, individuals whose plans have changed in the last three years or whose plans now don't cover the required benefits would be able to keep their current plans.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 November 2013 13:05
 
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