Benefit advisers from across the country are meeting with senators this week to drum up support for legislation that would grant independent agents and brokers the same access to marketplace enrollment information as is available to navigators and certified assisters. Stifled access to such information has been a bone of contention for the benefits industry since enrollment under the Affordable Care Act began.

Broker members of the Louisiana-based association Health Agents for America hope to meet with at least 40 senators by the end of the week, including members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, according to HAFA President and CEO Ronnell Nolan.

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