What Happened to Medigap plans E, H, I, and J?These Medigap plans were available before June 1, 2010 and are no longer sold. If you already have one of these plans, you can keep it in effect as long as you continue to pay premiums. The insurer must continue to renew the discontinued Medigap policy each year.

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