The Michigan Civil Service Commission voted Wednesday to impose higher health care costs on about 32,000 unionized Michigan government workers.
Today is another big deadline for Americans enrolling for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Some consumers say they’re signed up, but still don’t have any proof they’re covered.
The Obama administration has signed off on Michigan’s plan to expand Medicaid to 322,000 more low-income residents.
Sue Cook is going to the ends of the earth, or what feels like it, to help people try to sign up for insurance under the new federal health care law.
Michigan fares well compared with other states on the portion of its residents with insurance, but because it’s a big state, it still has more than 1 million uninsured, 12th-most in the country.
Even if you’re not enrolling in new coverage under Obamacare, the health law has some benefits that will kick in for 2014 that you may not know about.
Monday is the deadline to select health care plans under the Affordable Care Act, or what some people call Obamacare.
The vast majority of people in this state don’t want this ugly policy. A lot of them are extremely offended by it.”
Democrats call it the “rape insurance” bill.
If lawmakers vote to restrict insurance coverage of abortions in Michigan, it would affect a small number of abortions because the vast majority already are paid for out of pocket.