Aug. 20—CUMBERLAND, Md. —
The congressman's office released numbers stating that 26,000 people within
"We've got to figure out how to get those 21,000 people that are now eligible because people don't think about the rescue plan changing the game for health care insurance, but it did," said Trone. "Too often we look at the policy and look at a bunch of numbers that don't mean a damn thing. We want to talk about how it's helped people."
Three members of the community who have seen the benefits from the changes the rescue plan has made to health care talked about their experiences and shared some suggestions for improvement.
"Long story short, best insurance I've ever had at the cheapest cost I've ever paid," said
"If you're between the ages of 60 and 65, it's really difficult (to navigate the insurance marketplace)," said
Trone asked for opinions on ways to inform the public about new eligibility due to the rescue plan.
"Insurance has got to be a right for everybody," said Trone.
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