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For Marketplace Customers Who Delay, Auto-Enrollment Could Be Nasty Wake-Up

People who have a plan from the health law’s marketplace and who don’t actively shop for a new one will be auto-enrolled on Dec. 16. But unlike past years, most people won’t be able to change those plans if they don’t like them.
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