ICYMI: Reposting because today is the last day to sign up for Obamacare, aka health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), for the 2017 year.
Adding a clarification: If you sign up you will be covered for the year even if the Republicans manage to repeal the law.
Do you or do people you know need health insurance for 2017 under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare? Sign up for Obamacare, or help someone else do it, before the January 31 deadline.
On January 26, Trump’s administration halted all advertising and other public outreach activities that encouraged people to sign up for coverage. Social media protests have since prompted the government to restore some ACA outreach efforts, but they aren’t what they were. Some citizens have stepped up and created ACA ads of their own, which you can find online.
Those who sign on for ACA health insurance before January 31 will receive coverage starting on March 1.
You can sign up for an ACA health insurance plan here:
You can read more about Trump’s team stopping ACA promotion, then restarting some of it, in the Washington Post stories below:
And if you haven’t yet called your members of Congress and asked them to defend Obamacare from the Republicans’ repeal and replace plan, see this OTYCD post: