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Manchin signs up for insurance through healthcare exchange

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — U.S. Senator Joe Manchin has now joined the thousands of Americans who have used the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance exchanges.

Manchin announced Monday in a release that he and his entire staff are now enrolled in the exchange. He stated this is a going to be a transition period.

“We are all aware that there have been colossal failures and missteps during the implementation of this law, and there are many policies within the Affordable Care Act that must be fixed,” Manchin stated in the release. “However, there are also many good aspects to the law that offer more health services to millions of hardworking Americans.”

Manchin said he plans to continue to work at fixing the many problems with the law while also bringing to light the positives.

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