July 12, 2020

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Health Insurance Enrollment Open

Open enrollment HealthCare.gov

Enrollment is open now until Dec. 15, 2019, for quality, affordable health insurance plans for 2020. Log on to the federal government’s health care site to shop for your health insurance.

HealthCare.gov Enrollment Ends Dec. 15

Open enrollment HealthCare.gov

The 2019 Open Enrollment period on Healthcare.gov ends Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. Congressman Steny H. Hoyer reminds Maryland residents to update their health insurance.

Open Enrollment Has Begun in Md.

Open Enrollment

The 2019 Open Enrollment period began Nov. 1 and continues through Dec. 15, 2018. Congressman Steny H. Hoyer released a statement on the first day to remind Maryland residents to take advantage of the period and update their health insurance.

Wallops Rocket Launch Re-Set for June 24

Wallops launch

Wallops rescheduled its launch of a Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket, designed to release colorful clouds in space, to June 24, between 9:07 and 9:22 pm. Southern Maryland skies are in viewing range.

Hoyer Meets With Together We Will

Hoyer Meets With Together We Will

On the National Day of Action to protect the Affordable Care Act, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer met with members of Together We Will – Southern Maryland, a civic engagement organization, to discuss the impact of repealing the ACA with no plan in place for a replacement.

Affordable Care Act Wraps Successful Enrollment

A round-up of news and stats since enrollment opened Nov. 15: the Affordable Care Act is helping American families access quality, affordable coverage.

How the Affordable Care Act is Working

The Affordable Care Act is reducing costs, insuring more Americans, and saving lives.

Federal Marketplace for Health Insurance Opens

Congressman Steny Hoyer alerts Americans that open enrollment for health care plans through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace began Nov. 15, 2014.

Hoyer: The Affordable Care Act is Working

The Affordable Care Act, with 8 million enrolled in private health insurance plans via government marketplaces, is already a win for Americans’ health and economy.

Hoyer: Affordable Care Act Already Saving Us Money

This year alone, 150,000 Marylanders covered by private insurance plans benefitted by a provision in the Affordable Care Act with an average of a $143 rebate.