Applicants line up outside the Sunshine Life and Health Advisors storefront in the Mall of the Americas in December. Many consumers have reported losing the financial assistance to lower their monthly premiums after enrolling in a plan because the marketplace has struggled to resolve inconsistencies in documentation, particularly regarding income.
Applicants line up outside the Sunshine Life and Health Advisors storefront in the Mall of the Americas in December. Many consumers have reported losing the financial assistance to lower their monthly premiums after enrolling in a plan because the marketplace has struggled to resolve inconsistencies in documentation, particularly regarding income. Gaston De Cardenas Gaston De Cardenas
Applicants line up outside the Sunshine Life and Health Advisors storefront in the Mall of the Americas in December. Many consumers have reported losing the financial assistance to lower their monthly premiums after enrolling in a plan because the marketplace has struggled to resolve inconsistencies in documentation, particularly regarding income. Gaston De Cardenas Gaston De Cardenas

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