But that may not mean they are uninsured. Former members began receiving letters in the past few days -- after the Friday deadline for securing uninterrupted Obamacare coverage through other companies -- saying they may be entitled to coverage through a state entity.
It is the latest uncertainty for former Land of
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Some may have opted to forgo insurance for the rest of the year, despite the Affordable Care Act's requirement that all Americans have health insurance or pay a fine.
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That association's coverage doesn't pay more than
"I think that's created a lot of confusion for the people who received (the letter) yesterday," said
Martin said she suspects many members, like her, bought health insurance for the rest of the year off the exchange. Some of those people now likely are wondering whether they were wrong to buy other insurance, she said.
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