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I just turned 26 and lost coverage through my parents. What do I do?
I just got married! Can I change the coverage I have?
I didn’t get covered – what happens now?
I missed the March 31 deadline – can I still enroll in coverage?
What if I couldn’t finish my application?
Why should getting covered matter to the LGBT community?
What do I really need to know about Obamacare?
I can’t access my options online – what should I do?
What if I own a small business?
Do I need health insurance, especially if I’m young and healthy?
I already have health insurance – what does Obamacare mean for me?
Do I have to buy health insurance?
What if I’m over 65 and enrolled in Medicare – does the Marketplace affect me?
Weighing Your Options
Can I enroll in family coverage with my same-sex spouse or partner?
Can I get financial assistance?
Can I apply for financial assistance with my same-sex spouse?
What should I look for when I shop for coverage?
Where can I get help getting covered?
I’m eligible for financial assistance – does it matter which metal level I choose?
Can I enroll in Medicaid coverage with my same-sex spouse or partner?
Can I include my child when I apply for financial assistance?
Can my same-sex partner be considered a “dependent”? What about my child?
There are a lot of questions about my household income – is my same-sex partner in my “household”?
Can I apply for financial assistance with my same-sex partner in a civil union or domestic partnership?
What kind of financial help can I get if my annual income is below $15,800?
How can I find out about the new options in my state?
What if I’m transgender?
What if I have a preexisting medical condition, such as HIV?
Who can help me if I experience discrimination when applying for or enrolling in coverage?
Will all of the services that I need be covered under Obamacare?
Can I keep going to my current provider after I get covered?
What’s the difference between “platinum,” “gold,” “silver,” and “bronze”?
Should I purchase a “catastrophic” plan?
From Coverage to Care
I got covered and my circumstances have changed – what should I do?
What should I do if I experience discrimination when using my coverage?
How can I find an LGBT-friendly provider who takes my insurance?
What if my plan refuses to cover the services that I need?
What if my plan doesn’t carry the prescription drug that I need?
My same-sex partner is in the hospital – can I be discriminated against?
Now that I have coverage, how do I pay my premium?
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