If you've previously had employer-sponsored health insurance or have been covered by a family healthcare plan, you may not be familiar with open enrollment. But if you need to buy your own health insurance for 2020, open enrollment is an important time period to pay attention to. Open enrollment is a period of time each year when you can shop for and enroll in a health insurance plan.
You can also change or cancel your current coverage during the open enrollment period. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), you cannot be denied coverage when you apply during the open enrollment period.
If you miss the open enrollment period, you won't be able to enroll in a plan unless you have a qualifying event that triggers a special enrollment period. For more general information about open enrollment and tips for finding a health insurance plan, visit Healthcare.gov #GetCovered#northcountyexcellence... See MoreSee Less
Can one girl in a small town, an architect in a major city, and a suburban high school coach shape the future of the United States?
Yes they can. Because every ten years, the census gives us that power.
You can shape your future by responding to the 2020 Census. Where do we need new roads to make our lives easier? Where will new school programs help our children thrive? Where could a new health clinic benefit neighborhoods?
The 2020 Census will inform these decisions and shape how billions of dollars will be distributed to communities like yours each year. And in 2020, you can respond to the census online, by phone, or by mail. It’s easy, safe and important.
Make sure you and everyone you know is counted. Now is the time for you to get involved – your community needs you. Together, we can educate and excite, inspire and make sure every voice is heard. Together…. we can shape our future.
For all of my friends and family that were unable to attend last month please enjoy this video highlight of our State Senate campaign launch. If you’d like to support our campaign please visit PiersonJr.com and donate to help us share and promote our positive message of #NorthCountyExcellence youtu.be/XuT6bOis_O4... See MoreSee Less
Deadline is Oct 25th so please help spread the word.
The Urban Agriculture Matching Grant Program funded through the Missouri Department of Agriculture awards grants of up to $7,500 for reimbursement of expenses associated with urban agriculture. Urban agriculture encompasses urban agricultural projects, which may include introducing a new crop or product to an area, expanding the use of or adding value to agricultural products. Projects should assist the development of small agribusinesses, production infrastructure, direct distribution venues and workforce development. Projects that demonstrate an economic benefit and potential for sustainable revenue generation and job creation will be given priority. ... See MoreSee Less
The Urban Agriculture Matching Grant Program funded through the Missouri Department of Agriculture awards grants of up to $7,500 for reimbursement of expenses associated with urban agriculture. Urban ...