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From: Todd Weiler
To: Sen. Weiler, T.,
Subject: Re: Help constituents understand health reform!
Date: 2013-12-15T03:42:27Z
Thanks, Sharon. I appreciate you contacting me and sharing your views on health care.
Todd Weiler 801-599-9823 > On Dec 14, 2013, at 7:43 PM, "Sharon Forbes" wrote: > > > Dec 14, 2013 > > Senator Todd Weiler > State Capitol, Suite 320 > 350 North State Street > Salt Lake City, UT 84114 > > Dear Senator Weiler, > > No matter the politics, it's important that everyone in our state know > their options under the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. To make sure > this happens, Consumer Reports has created a free online tool, > HealthLawHelper.org, to provide your constituents detailed, > personalized information about their health-care options under the law. > > As you probably know, Consumer Reports is known for factual, unbiased > recommendations for products and services. They did the same for health > reform by creating HealthLawHelper.org as a public service to Americans > who need straightforward information about the law. Just answer a few > anonymous questions about your personal situation, and you get detailed > options for your health coverage. There is even a Spanish language > version. > > A recent Consumer Reports poll found that 38 percent of people have > even LESS understanding of the law since the marketplaces rolled out in > October. Timing is critical: residents who need coverage in place by > Jan. 1 must enroll by Dec. 23. And open enrollment ends April 1. > > I urge you to do all you can to spread HealthLawHelper.org to everyone > in our state at this important time. Once residents have the facts, > they can make informed decisions about their health care. > > Sincerely, > > Mrs. Sharon Forbes > 279 S 425 W > Bountiful, UT 84010-8724 > >