The Supreme Court, Health Care, and You:

This was sent in by the commenter formally known as M——-N.

This morning the Supreme Court made an important decision about the

Health Insurance Marketplace keeping quality, affordable coverage

within reach for millions of Americans.

Find out if you can still get coverage in 2015.

You may qualify for a special enrollment period due to a life change like marriage,

having a baby, or losing other coverage.

The Supreme Court’s decision confirmed that if you qualify, you can receive

financial assistance, including a premium tax credit, to make coverage more

affordable no matter where you live.

On average, consumers enrolled in the Marketplace are receiving $3,260

per year in taxcredits, or $272 each month. About 8 in 10 consumers could

find coverage for $100 or less with tax credits through the Marketplace.

You can find more information here.

The Team

M——-N included this pic as an editorial for the above email he received from Obongo.


12 Comments on The Supreme Court, Health Care, and You:

  1. They told me I have to sign up for Medicare in a couple of years, and I NEVER paid into it.

    So, how da fuck does that work?

    (Disclaimer: did pay into Medicare B for about 20 years)

  2. I am “self insured.”

    Thanks, barry.
    Thanks, RINOs.
    Thanks, Pelosi.
    Thanks, “Supreme” Court.

    I hate you all so much for ruining my Country.

  3. Tell Kenny I said hello, and think about him every so often.

    Great graphic with Reagan and his quote.

    The rest – well, I was a little unsettled that there were clickable links and not just a screenshot. Pretty much all I have to say about that.

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