This infographic is intended to raise awareness about the opportunity to qualify for a special enrollment period if you are newly married, particularly in light of the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality in 2015.

This infographic is intended to raise awareness about the opportunity to qualify for a special enrollment period if you are newly married, particularly in light of the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality in 2015.

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