Aetna expands individual sales
Hartford Courant, April 2, 2008
Aetna has announced it will begin offering individual health insurance policies through the Chamber Insurance Trust, reaching about 40,000 businesses and 79 chambers of commerce in Connecticut. The program is aimed at sole proprietors of businesses and workers who don't have insurance through an employer, and could help reduce the number of uninsured residents in the state, said the administrator of the trust.
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