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HHS, DOL, and Treasury Issue Guidance Regarding Birth Control Coverage

Departments make clear that contraceptive coverage is guaranteed at no additional cost under the Affordable Care Act no matter where someone lives or works
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Biden-Harris Administration Announces 14.5 Million Americans Signed Up for Affordable Health Care During Historic Open Enrollment Period

President Biden’s American Rescue Plan subsidies lowered costs and increased enrollment to record levels resulting in 5.8 million people who have newly gained coverage under the Administration.
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HHS Announces 13.8 Million Americans with Health Care Coverage Ahead of Jan 15th Open Enrollment Deadline

Get covered with affordable health insurance through HealthCare.gov – still open for enrollment
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HHS to Make Coverage More Accessible and Affordable for Millions of Americans in 2023

Proposed rule would make it easier for consumers to shop for coverage
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HHS Announces Additional Navigator Resources to Support the Extended HealthCare.gov Open Enrollment Period

Consumers can enroll in quality and affordable health care coverage through January 15
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HHS Announces Increased Marketplace Enrollment Trends with Nearly 4.6 Million New Plan Selections Since Open Enrollment’s Start

Affordability continues to drive enrollment; individuals and families who select a plan by December 15 on HealthCare.gov can have coverage for a full year of health care starting January 1
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Biden-Harris Administration Greenlights Coverage of LGBTQ+ Care as an Essential Health Benefit in Colorado

New health plan benchmarks expand access to care for transgender patients
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Biden-Harris Administration Announces Record-Breaking 12.2 Million People Are Enrolled in Coverage Through the Health Care Marketplaces

2.8 Million People Have Gained Affordable Health Coverage During the Special Enrollment Period American Rescue Plan Saved Existing Consumers a Total of $537 Million Per Month
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