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Health care enrollment has opened again nationwide, and Washingtonians are considering new care options for themselves and their families. This year, enrollment began shortly after several Republican plans to replace the Affordable Care Act fizzled. We speak to a health care reporter and a local health care “navigator” to discuss the political landscape of health care and answer questions about options available to those in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
- Kimberly Leonard Senior Health Care Writer, Washington Examiner @leonardkl
- LaShontae Norman Health care navigator, Prince George's County Health Connect
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