GARDINER, Maine — Superintendent Eric Cioppa announced Wednesday that the Maine Bureau of Insurance is continuing to hold public information sessions regarding the Affordable Care Act, the federal health care reform law. The next session will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, in the Lecture Hall at Bangor Public Library on Harlow Street in Bangor.
Previous sessions have been held in Auburn, Augusta, Bangor, Farmington, Portland, Presque Isle and South Paris.
Individuals seeking information about the new federal health insurance marketplaces (also known as exchanges), as well as the new plans being offered in Maine through the federal marketplaces and other aspects of the health insurance portions of the ACA, are invited to attend.
Additionally, questions about all other types of insurance are welcomed. The bureau will address all insurance-related questions or concerns. Informational materials will be available.
The session in Bangor is being sponsored by Senator Geoff Gratwick, as well as Representatives Goode, Frey, Kornfield and Schneck. The presentation is not sponsored or endorsed by the Bangor Public Library.
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