Beth Freeman, center, is one of about 25,000 policy holders who received inaccurate subsidy information and faces a big increase in her monthly premium. “It feels like bait-and-switich,” she said.
Beth Freeman, center, is one of about 25,000 policy holders who received inaccurate subsidy information and faces a big increase in her monthly premium. “It feels like bait-and-switich,” she said. Courtesy of Beth Freeman
Beth Freeman, center, is one of about 25,000 policy holders who received inaccurate subsidy information and faces a big increase in her monthly premium. “It feels like bait-and-switich,” she said. Courtesy of Beth Freeman
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