Americans seeking information on the federal healthcare law
will be able to find it at a Pennsylvania-based drugstore chain.HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
says independent insurance agents will be at 2,000 Rite Aid stores around the country starting in October.
Sebelius made the announcement Monday at a Rite Aid in Hoboken.
Rite Aid chairman John Standley says the agents don't work for any of the insurers who offer policies under the new law but will earn a commission for policies they sell.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Steve Lonegan held a news conference across from the Hoboken Rite Aid and said the healthcare law is already causing chaos in the economy and called for a boycott of Rite Aid.