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Manchester widow's health insurance issue resolved
A constituent services staffer in Rep. Carol Shea-Porter's office got involved, and within days she heard from Anthem, her insurer and from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which oversees the federal Health Insurance Marketplace for New Hampshire.
She said she hopes what happened to her will help smooth the way for others who find themselves in similar circumstances.
"Now that this is over, I can sit down," she said. "I can finally grieve."
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