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 +**Update August 2019**
 +Important news since a lot of families move during the summer. Did you know that if you move to a new state you can’t take your healthcare plan with you?  In order not to lose your coverage you need to inform the Marketplace right away. Then you can sign up for a new plan and you won’t have a gap in your coverage  — and you can stop paying for the coverage you can no longer use. Fortunately, moving to a new state lets you use a special enrollment period to get new coverage even thought the official 2019 enrollment time has ended. Check  healthcare.gov  to find out if you need to enroll through your new state.
**New February 2019** **New February 2019**
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