Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen is launching an outreach tour to explain Obamacare to Montanans and answer their questions.
And she’s bringing to to Glasgow.
The presentation, which Lindeen will make in Glasgow, is being hosted locally by Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital. The meeting will take place on 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 7 in the conference room at FMDH, 621 3rd St. S.
“Montanans want real information, not spin,” Lindeen said. “I don’t have a dog in the Obamacare fight. I just want Montanans to know how it works so they can make the best choice possible for themselves, their families or their small business.”
The town hall meetings, called “Obamacare in Montana: What You Need to Know” will be free and open to the public.
Lundeen or a member of the her commissioner’s office will be on hand on tour stops to present on and answer questions about the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare.
Lindeen and her staff have answered more than 1,400 questions from Montanans since she launched her Obamacare education website, www.montanahealthanswers.com. The site allows Montanans to ask their questions directly to the commissioner.