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HEALTH CARE CONVERSATION: Join the Health Access Coalition in Marion March 3rd

Join the NC Justice Center’s Health Access Coalition in Marion for an educational forum and community conversation on the Affordable Care Act, the online marketplace and the Medicaid expansion.

Adam Linker, Nicole Dozier and I will be there to discuss the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, how Medicaid expansion would help the community, and the new online marketplace, including eligibility for tax credits for individuals and small businesses.

The event will be held at the Marion Community Building, 191 North Main Street (across from City Hall) in Marion on Monday, March 3, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. To reserve your spot call contact Billy Martin (828) 652-5506 or Nicole Dozier (919) 856-2146(919) 856-2146 or via email nicole@ncjustice.org.

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