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Enrollment events for health insurance available

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From page A3 | March 16, 2014 |

The week aheadFAIRFIELD — The Tri-City NAACP has scheduled a series of enrollment events for those who need health insurance and haven’t signed up for Covered California’s plans.

The sessions are scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon every Monday and Thursday through March 31 at 1745 Enterprise Drive, Suite 108, in Fairfield.

A California state-certified enrollment counselor will take clients at each session through the process and get them signed up for health care coverage before they leave.

Those interested in getting assistance must call 389-6020 to make an appointment to meet with the counselor. They must also bring with them state or federal identification, such as a driver’s license; proof of residence, such as a utility bill; proof of citizenship, such as a Social Security card; and proof of income, such as a paycheck stub.

March 31 is the last day that Californians can sign up for coverage. After that date, anyone who lives in the state or the country without health insurance will be assessed a penalty.

Reach Susan Hiland at 427-6981 or [email protected]

Susan Hiland

Susan Hiland

Susan graduated from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon with a B.A. in Communications. She has eight years experience working for newspapers in Nebraska.
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  • PornacMarch 16, 2014 - 7:38 am

    Time is running out to enroll in socialist slavery known as Obamacare. Us folks only need an ER.

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  • The MisterMarch 16, 2014 - 8:16 am

    If you recall, the Jews in Nazi Germany voluntarily enrolled themselves onto the cattle cars because the government said so. There was no resistance on the part of the Jews. They figured if they did just this little thing, the government would be satisfied. If the Jews just turned in their guns. If the Jews just wore the Star of David patch on their garments. If the Jews just move together in the ghetto. If the Jew would just get on the cattle cars for further relocation. If the people of California would just limit their guns. If the people of California would just move to population centers (per Agenda 21). If the people of California would just turn over all their personal information to Covered California. If the people of California would just let the elites of Obamacare decide what medical treatment you or your children will, or won't, receive. If the people of California would just do one more thing... then one more thing... then one more thing.

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  • The MisterMarch 16, 2014 - 8:19 am

    If you recall, the Jews in N@zi Germany voluntarily enrolled themselves onto the cattle cars because the government said so. There was no resistance on the part of the Jews. They figured if they did just this little thing, the government would be satisfied. If the Jews just turned in their guns. If the Jews just wore the Star of David patch on their garments. If the Jews just move together in the ghetto. If the Jew would just get on the cattle cars for further relocation. If the people of California would just limit their guns. If the people of California would just move to population centers (per Agenda 21). If the people of California would just turn over all their personal information to Covered California. If the people of California would just let the elites of Obamacare decide what medical treatment you or your children will, or won't, receive. If the people of California would just do one more thing... then one more thing... then one more thing.

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  • Teach5thMarch 16, 2014 - 9:06 am

    Mister - to those not paying attention, you would be dismissed as just being paranoid. They would have said the same things to the Jews. American folks have to realize that Obamacare isn't about healthcare. It's about control of Americans' lives.

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