Obamacare open enrollment: Here’s how you can get help signing up for an ACA health care plan

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Supporters of Obamacare want Florida to take federal dollars to expand the state's Medicaid program to one million Floridians. By Janelle Irwin / WMNF News (2015).

Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance marketplace began on November 1.

Navigators are in place to help people find out if they are eligible for financial assistance and choose the plan that’s best for them.

According to a press release from the office of U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, 2.7 million Floridians enrolled in Obamacare health insurance for 2022. It was 2.1 million last year.

To speak with a navigator you can call 813-995-7005. Or you can find more information on healthcare.gov.

Schedule a meeting with a navigator here.

We spoke about Obamacare open enrollment with Katie Roders Turner, the executive director of Tampa Family Health Care Foundation.

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