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Hundreds Could Lose Insurance

Hundreds Could Lose Insurance

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Hundreds of people in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota face losing their Federal Health Insurance Marketplace coverage.  If an application has an inconsistency in citizenship or immigration information, the Marketplace has sent several notices in order to straighten out that information.  Kim Jones is the South Dakota Navigator Coordinator for the Community Action Agencies.  She says the discrepancies are easy to fix…

 

Jones says people have been reminded several times to submit the needed information through emails, phone calls, and text messages…

 

Letters have been sent to 300 people in South Dakota, 700 in Iowa, and 1600 in Nebraska in order to obtain the correct information for federal health care applications.

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