Thu January 31, 2013
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.