State legislators are sharply divided over an emerging plan to require Michigan insurance companies to tell policyholders the impact of the federal health care law on their premiums.
Just 1,300 state residents picked a plan in the first month, according to federal data, though Sebelius said many residents are still shopping.
Michigan nurse practitioners and other nurses with advanced training could practice without oversight by physicians and prescribe drugs.
The state estimates at least 365,000 people could sign up on the market in 2014.
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Michigan’s Medicaid expansion plan needs approval because it differs from the basic option offered to states under the federal health care law.
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All told, roughly 450,000 more residents could have insurance in 2014.
People can begin to receive benefits under the Affordable Care Act in 2014.
The GOP-led House approved expanding the government health insurance program to nearly a half-million Michigan residents.