The Trump Administration has shortened the Obamacare open enrollment period and slashed funding for ads that encourage people to sign up. But Kansas City area nonprofits are stepping up efforts to get more people to online and purchase insurance.
The Trump Administration has shortened the Obamacare open enrollment period and slashed funding for ads that encourage people to sign up. But Kansas City area nonprofits are stepping up efforts to get more people to online and purchase insurance. File photo
The Trump Administration has shortened the Obamacare open enrollment period and slashed funding for ads that encourage people to sign up. But Kansas City area nonprofits are stepping up efforts to get more people to online and purchase insurance. File photo

Trump cut ACA television ads. So nonprofits in KC are running their own.

October 10, 2017 09:46 AM

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