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Dr. Casey Harbine shared information on what you need to know as open enrollment beings for the Affordable Care Act during the Nov. 1 edition of Morning Rounds.
Enrollment runs from Nov. 1 until Dec. 15 and marks the first open enrollment since President Donald Trump took office. Earlier this month, the administration decided to end federal subsidies for many policies on the individual exchanges.
Three companies are still offering individual health plans this year in Montana – Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana, PacificSource and the Montana Health Co-Op – but each company will raise its average rates between 13% and 20%.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale, Montana’s insurance and securities commissioner, said it’s important for anyone choosing an individual plan to look closely at all their choices, especially in light of the changes coming this year.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Troy Downing says he didn’t falsely portray himself as a resident when buying in-state hunting licenses for the past half-dozen years – and can’t believe the issue has become a full-scale criminal case in a Bozeman court.
All seven of the confirmed Montana E coli cases linked to romaine lettuce have been reported in western or northwest Montana.
The parent company of Herberger’s announced Thursday that going-out-of-business sales at Montana stores will start Friday.
Numerous fire agencies, including Arlee Fire Department responded to wildfire in Arlee on Pow Wow Road off of Highway 93 North.