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Rep Terri Sewell to host Affordable Care Act workshop in Montgomery

On Wednesday October 16th, Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell (D-AL) will host an Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace Education and Enrollment Workshop in Montgomery. The workshop will feature general information on the ACA and the health insurance marketplace. Attendees will also hear presentations from navigators which will include information on how to enroll for healthcare coverage. 

"This event will allow the citizens of the 7th Congressional District to learn more about the benefits of the ACA and the various options that are available," Sewell said. "The health and well-being of my constituents remains a top priority.  This workshop will assist Alabamians in understanding the enrollment process and provide critical information that will help them make more informed decisions about their healthcare."

This event is a part of a series of ACA workshops that will be hosted throughout the 7th Congressional district as part of Rep. Sewell's initiative to educate constituents on the ACA and the enrollment process.

INFORMATION SOURCE: The Office of U.S. Representative Terri A. Sewell

 

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