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Need to buy medications, but you don’t want to leave home and overpay in local pharmacies? Luckily, there is a full spectrum of online pharmacies with affordable prices and wide choice of generic and over-the-counter drugs. This Top 5 Online Canadian pharmacies offer a consistent level of service together with a broad selection of products.

If you plan to look for new coverage or renew existing coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace at, you’ll want to keep a couple of key dates in mind. November 15, 2014 – February 15, 2015 = Open Enrollment in the Marketplace Open enrollment is the time of the year when people can enroll in plans in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

CHIP, Medicaid & Upcoming Marketplace Enrollment Provide Opportunities for More Coverage, But Kids Also Need Texas to Ensure Their Parents Have a Coverage Option For Immediate Release Contact: Oliver Bernstein, 512-289-8618 October 28, 2015 Austin – The number of Texas children who are uninsured declined last year, but the state is in a dead

What a wonderful time of the year. The Texas heat is letting up. Baseball playoffs are in full swing. And open enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace starts on November 1. If you need to get up to speed fast on the Marketplace, you’ve come to the right place. This blog is intended for Texans who: Are insured but might want to look for a

This commentary originally appeared in the Austin American-Statesman. A lot of Texans know a good thing when they see it. With less than two weeks to go until the Feb. 15 deadline, 1 million already have chosen a health care plan under the Affordable Care Act. Many Texans who have signed up are grateful for their health plans and have the stories

With just days left until the end of open enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace, Texas still has a long way to go to get eligible Texans enrolled in affordable health coverage. According to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation, at the end of the 2014 open enrollment period only 24 percent of potential Marketplace enrollees from Texas had

You are invited to join the Texas CHIP Coalition for a presentation and Q&A session on its 2015 Legislative Principles! Please come enjoy Tiff’s cookies, Starbucks coffee and a few healthy treats, too…… When: Friday, January 23, 2015 Refreshments at 12:45 p.m.; Program 1:00-3:15 p.m. Where: Legislative Conference Center (E 2.002) Who: All

We are entering the homestretch of the 2015 open enrollment period for the Health Insurance Marketplace under the Affordable Care Act, and it’s time for that final kick to get us over the finish line. Last year’s open enrollment in Texas saw a huge spike in enrollment in the final month, so there is still time for Texans to sign up for health insurance.

As the 2015 legislative session gets going, one of the most important questions facing state leaders is whether they will expand Medicaid or develop an alternative Texas plan to accept the state’s share of new federal health  care funding and close the Coverage Gap for workers with no insurance options. Governor Abbott hasn’t abandoned his campaign

January update: The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Longview News-Journal, and Waco Tribune have now called for a solution as well. In just the last few weeks, there’s been a flood of editorials calling on state leaders to accept our share of new Medicaid funding to close the coverage gap. Over a million Texans don’t get insurance at work and

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