Blue Cross reform on again in Lansing
State lawmakers are trying again to reform Michigan’s largest health insurer. The Gongwer News Service reports that the Senate unanimously approved a reform plan for Blue Cross Blue Shield today. It would turn it into a non-profit mutual company.
Debate in the House is not expected to go as smoothly.
Governor Snyder vetoed a similar reform plan last month. It included restrictions on abortion that are not part of the new Senate bill.