• Ashley Egan

It's Tax Time, How's your Health Insurance?

Do you or someone you know need health insurance?  Beginning this year, uninsured Marylanders can start the health insurance enrollment process by checking an optional box on their state income tax returns between Jan. 15 and April 15.  Checking this box  will allow Information from the state tax return to be shared with Maryland Health Connection to see if they qualify for free or low-cost coverage.   Learn more at www.MarylandHealthConnection.gov/EasyEnrollment

Implementation of the Maryland Easy Enrollment Health Insurance Program BACKGROUND:  Passing legislation is wonderful but it is also critical to implement it.  Therefore, we ask you to make this implementation successful by helping people get health insurance coverage made possible by HB 814 /SB 802,  the Easy Enrollment Health Insurance Program, passed last year with your assistance.   The goal of this program is to enroll uninsured Marylanders who may not realize they are eligible for free or low-cost health coverage.  Some Courts, Administration officials, and members of Congress are trying to dismantle the ACA/Obama Care.  Fortunately all Maryland Senators and Representative (except one) support maintaining and improving the ACA.  In Maryland we are making progress in improving health care by taking action.  If you want to be involved more, contact healthcare@uulmmd.org   

Please pass this information to your congregation plus your friends, family, and co-workers.

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