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Mom Kimberly Tonyan: My family got great Blue Cross coverage with the Affordable Care Act

This week Charlotte mom Kimberly Tonyan came to the NC General Assembly to tell her success story of getting affordable health coverage for herself and her two daughters.  Using the Affordable Care Act’s www.healthcare.gov website she was able to purchase a great Blue Cross plan for herself and her daughters for around $25 a month. Get past the nasty political advertisements and the jeers of “Abominable Care Act” from so-called impartial experts and this is the reality. Real families getting good, affordable coverage.  Sign-up deadline is March 31 – check out www.healthcare.gov or call 1-855-733-3711 for a local appointment with a nonprofit health navigator and get signed up!

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