As it stated in Last week, the Senate passed a GOP-sponsored $450 million health care bill, with $300 million in premium rebates ranging from 20 to 30 percent.
Minnesotans bearing the brunt of health insurance premium spikes are making hard calculations about their lives and personal budgets as the state’s political leaders continued to spar Tuesday over how best to deliver financial relief.
The Senate proposal also contains broader health insurance policy changes that Dayton says need to be examined more thoroughly.
Hogg, 57, feels squeezed — she makes too much as an interpreter to get a subsidy, but health insurance consumes about 20 percent of her income.
“It is frustrating and I feel the general public doesn’t realize what us as farmers, or all self-employed people, pay for health care,” she said.
referring to Will everyone get health care?
Or will everyone get access to health care?
Washington (CNN) President-elect Donald Trump now says he wants “insurance for everybody” when Obamacare is replaced, which caused nearly every pundit in Washington and beyond scrambling to figure out what exactly he means.
Can he get the Republican Congress unified behind that plan?
Does that mean it’ll be affordable to everyone?
Health insurance enrollment event set for Jan. 21
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