Stimulus' extension of COBRA benefits starts
Workers who have been laid off since Sept. 1 will begin receiving letters from their former employers telling them how to get health insurance for less money. Under this year's federal economic-stimulus law, employers must notify laid-off employees that they can buy COBRA insurance with a 65% subsidy for nine months.
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