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October 1, 2013 was an important date for individuals and families in need of affordable health insurance. This was the date Open Enrollment began for the Health Insurance Marketplace, as mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as "Obamacare").
The Federal government has created HealthCare.gov help citizens understand more about the law and steps that can be taken to sign up for affordable health insurance.
Even if you will not be signing up for health insurance, the web site has additional information about the law and how it has affected health care and health insurance. Please take the time to brush up on your health care options, and share this information with family and friends.
Keep up-to-date on the latest news and advice related to the Affordable Care Act!
Follow the House and Senate Bills that may affect the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
These links are to selected pages within HealthCare.gov. Please take the time to browse that web site for even more answers to your questions.
If your state has its own health insurance markeplace, this is where you will go to choose an insurance carrier. If not, you would go to HealthCare.gov, the Federal marketplace. Maryland has its own markeplace, but Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia residents would use HealthCare.gov. If you live in another state, the link below will help you learn whether your state has its own marketplace.