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The Seattle Times health-care team tracks the local impact of the Affordable Care Act.

September 25, 2013 at 7:00 AM

Your ACA questions answered at North Seattle church this weekend

Are you still trying to figure out what the Affordable Care Act will mean for you? As the online marketplace or health-insurance exchange gets ready to open next Tuesday for those looking to buy individual coverage, you likely have questions.

Here are the basics, 20 things to know about the Affordable Care Act, one of several pieces that appeared in our special user’s guide this week. That should help, but maybe you’re also hoping to ask some questions directly of a representative from the state.

Here are two opportunities in North Seattle we’ve heard about: This Sunday, and again on Nov. 10,  Carolyn Smith from the Office of the Insurance Commissioner will make a 45-minute presentation about what the health-care law will change and what it won’t. Her talk will be followed by a 45-minute Q & A period. Both events run from 3 to 4:30 p.m at Wedgwood Community Church, 8201 30th Ave., NE.

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