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Insurance commissioner to answer questions about Obamacare at chamber breakfast

The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce has planned an informational breakfast forum with Roger Sevigny, commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Insurance, to discuss the federal Affordable Care Act.

The breakfast, sponsored by Northeast Delta Dental, will be held Sept. 11 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Grappone Conference Center. Tickets for the event cost $20 for chamber members and $30 for non-members, and include a full breakfast.

The conversation will cover topics including deadlines for meeting the provisions of the law, and a perspective on the cost and potential tax credits for small businesses.

The registration deadline is next Friday. To register, contact the chamber at 224-2508, or, or visit to register online.

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The question begs if the commissioner will tell the truth about Obamacare. He is a Democrat and will more than likely tow the party line.

Excellent, get the information out. When will the commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Insurance (a tax payer paid employee) be having public information meetings or sending out information. Hopefully he will not just have these well needed meetings at private settings (actually it will be an almost free breakfast because it will be a tax write off for each business).

QUESTION: Is ObamaKare ready for prime time? .... ANSWER: It is a complete Train Wreck and needs to be KILLED or at least delayed until after the 2014 election when the Responsible Republicans will capture the Senate too.

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