NM Healthcare Exchange (NMHIX) Workshop In Edgewood 12/10/13


I received the following through my email account with the Town of Edgewood.  This information and the presentation on next Tuesday deals with the New Mexico Healthcare Exchange (NMHIX) and hopefully will help you understand what is supposed to be offered through NMHIX and what association , if any, NMHIX will have with ObamaCare or the “Affordable Care Act.”

I recommend anyone, whether you plan to attend a NMHIX workshop or not, do some preliminary sleuthing by following some of the links found below.  Not to be trite, but “forearmed is forewarned.”

NMHIX is conducting this workshop in Edgewood and other locations within New Mexico

Please see additional information following the letter from Ms Laine.

From: Lindsay Laine <lindsay@nmgreenchamber.com>
Date: December 3, 2013 at 12:48:49 MST
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Subject: Edgewood/Moriarty NMHIX Meeting

Good afternoon!

I hope this email finds you well. Through the New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce and the NMHIX, we are hosting an informational session on the New Mexico health insurance exchange at the Edgewood Convention Center next Tuesday, December 10th from 6:00pm-7:30pm. We ask that you please share the attached flyer with your mailing lists and other interested constituents. This event is free and open to the public.
Please let me know if you have any questions. We appreciate your time and efforts.
Kind Regards,

Lindsay Laine Statewide Project Coordinator

Office: (505) 244-3700
NM Green Chamber of Commerce
More information follows:
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After serving (1957-1961) a peace time tour in the United States Marine Corps, I served with the New Mexico State Police (1964-1985). My career with the New Mexico State Police ended when I retired as commander of its criminal division at the rank of captain. I have lived in Edgewood, New Mexico since 1985. When Edgewood was incorporated, I was elected as one of five governing body members. Since then, except for a two year period, I have continued to serve on the Edgewood town council. I am a member of Valley View Christian Church in Edgewood and I enjoy volunteer work of just about any kind, whether through my church or my community. I am a passionate Pro-Life advocate, and a Christian that believes Jesus was involved in politics, and we (Christians) should follow Christ in ways pleasing to Him and our LORD.

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