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Nonprofit insurers struggle with new health care
HARTFORD, Conn. -- A smorgasbord of options and lower prices for consumers were two of the chief selling points for President Barack Obama as he promoted his overhaul of the nation's health insurance...
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Nonprofit insurers struggle in new marketplaces
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A smorgasbord of options and lower prices for consumers were two of the chief selling points for President Barack Obama as he promoted his overhaul of the nation's health...
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Health insurance sign-ups surge
Publication: The Day Connecticut enrolled nearly 200,000 people by Tuesday's deadline Of the nearly 200,000 Connecticut residents who signed up for health insurance through the state's online...
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Affordable Care Act sign-ups near deadline in Con...
Publication: The Day Stefan Kosztolitz, right, outreach and eligibility associate with Community Health Center, helps Ana Rodriguez, left, enroll for health insurance during an enrollment fair...
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Connecticut Is Less Competitive After Federal Hea...
The individual health insurance market is less competitive in Connecticut since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, sometimes called Obamacare, the Kaiser Family Foundation said in a report...
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