Suze Orman explains the changes for COBRA.
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Part of the intention behind the economic stimulus plan passed by Congress is to create millions of jobs for Americans—but it's also designed to lend a helping hand to those out of work.

Many people who have been laid off qualify for COBRA health coverage. "If you happen to get laid off, you lose your job, you have 18 months where that company has got to cover you with health insurance," Suze says.

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FROM: Recession Rescue with Suze Orman
Published on April 02, 2009
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