Murphy Urges CT Residents To Enroll In Health Care Before Deadline Passes

Stamford Daily Voice

STAMFORD, Conn. — U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is reminding residents that time is running out to enroll in health care plans offered under the Affordable Care Act.

Murhpy (D-Conn.) has been vocal about the need to protect and defend the Affordable Care Act, and is spreading the word in Fairfield County that the ACA is still the law of the land. He urging all Connecticut residents to enroll in health care through Access Health CT before open enrollment ends on Friday, Dec. 22.

Find out more about enrolling through Access Health CT by clicking here.

Murphy will be at the Stamford Government Center on Sunday morning to urge Connecticut residents to enroll in health care, along with Stamford Mayor David Martin, Stamford Director of Social Service Ellen Bromley and Maria Millan, Outreach Coordinator for the Stamford Health Department.