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The 43 million people who use private Medicare Advantage plans will likely need to use the online Plan Finder tool to evaluate plans during in the 2019 enrollment period, which runs through Dec. 7.
A group that encourages African-Americans to vote says about 40 black residents of a senior living center in Georgia were told to get off a bus taking them to the first day of in-person early voting.
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