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Healthcare Seminar in Great Falls

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The new healthcare laws have been headline news since their conception and starting today Montanan's are getting a free seminar to learn more about the ins and outs of the new healthcare laws. Great Falls will be the first in Montana to get a class in understanding the new healthcare laws.

"Will be the first of a state wide series and it will be called Surviving Obamacare 101 workshop," says Balyeat.

CPA and former State Senator Joe Balyeat breaks down all the legal aspects of the new healthcare laws to help folks better understand what they are signing up for.

"Obamacare is an incredibly complex subject there are many, many, many layers to obamacare we'll break it down into the 8 component parts. There are actually 10 component parts depending on how you slice it. and we'll try to be putting into understandable language so that the average citizen can understand what it is all about," says Balyeat.

What worries young Will Spencer the most is the cost he may have to pay soon.

"Just the higher healthcare costs. one of my buddies he is paying $90 for a high deductible plan and now he's paying around 400 for the same plan," says Spencer.

After seeing the seminar Spencer plans to not renew his health insurance.

"I plan on being without insurance after my current plan runs out," says Spencer.

Balyeat plans to continue his seminar in Bozeman, Kalispell and Helena throughout the course of the month.

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