Did you lose your health insurance because of a job layoff/furlough or other life change?  If you had qualifying health coverage, according to healthcare.gov, you only have SIXTY days to secure marketplace coverage!

 

It is called a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) but the "window" is only open for SIXTY days.

 

And, remember, in Dane County, if your new income falls between 100 and 150% of the Federal Poverty Level, you may be able to get your health insurance premiums paid thru the HealthConnect program, administered by United Way of Dane County.

 

If you need assistance or have more questions, please contact 211!

The right to refuse unsafe work is more important than ever – but expect a fight

by Kathy Wilkes  

 

The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a heavy toll on workers. Reports of job hazards grow increasingly dire as several governors and President Trump push past CDC guidelines to "reopen" the economy while forecasts predict soaring infections and deaths.  

Relief for Workers Affected by Coronavirus

With a record 6.6 million Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week, the federal government must take greater action. Congress should get back to work passing legislation that will keep people on the job and help those who are unemployed. In the meantime, the AFL-CIO has resources available to help workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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