Huffington Post’s Jason Cherkis reported in August: “A middle-aged man in a red golf shirt shuffles up to a small folding table with gold trim, in a booth adorned with a flotilla of helium balloons, where government workers at the Kentucky State Fair are hawking the virtues of Kynect, the state’s health benefit exchange established by Obamacare.
The man is impressed. “This beats Obamacare I hope,” he mutters to one of the workers.”
Kynect is, of course, the health insurance exchange set up in Kentucky as part of Obamacare.
Consumers in Georgia, and nationwide are generally uninformed on the features of the Affordable Care Act. Enrollment for both individual exchanges and small group exchanges begins October 1st, yet consumers have yet to be informed about the exchanges. Kaiser Family Foundation poll conducted in August found that most Americans remain ignorant of how the new law affects them, while 44% unsure as to whether it remains the law or not.
The reasons for this
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