AARP Applauds Senate Passage Of Key Health Insurance Bill, Urges House To Follow

May 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;5/28/2013, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the passage of key health insurance bill House Bill 3227 by Illinois State Senate and also discusses that AARP organization has applauded this step of the state Senate. It mentions that the organization has urged the Senate Representatives to pass the bill. It further mentions that after the passage of the bill, citizen of Illinois will become eligible to purchase health and dental plans in individual market.


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