Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen met with President Barack Obama on Thursday, April 17 in the state dining room of the White House in Washington, D.C. to discuss progress on the Affordable Care Act.
The Affordable Care Act's health exchanges are set to open on October 1. Although the government claims that the insurance rates will be lower than expected, some experts argue that costs will be higher than what many Montanans have experienced in the past.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen said on Tuesday that Montanans who purchase health insurance in the state's federally built insurance marketplace can expect to pay a little less than average than what they would have paid had 'Obamacare" never passed.
Montana must stop taking new enrollees into the state’s federally funded high-risk insurance pool by March 2, according to federal officials who wrote Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen last week.
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