Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is closer to becoming a customer-owned nonprofit after the Republican-led Michigan House approved legislation Thursday.
The state Senate has again approved a proposal to end Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s tax-exempt status and transform it from a charitable trust to a customer-owned nonprofit.
A proposal that would end Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s tax-exempt status is making headway in Lansing, but not without critics trying to step in the path of the legislation to overhaul Michigan’s largest health insurer.
Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders are still discussing whether to establish a state market where people without health insurance could shop for private policies.
A Michigan House panel is hearing testimony on a proposal that would end Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s tax-exempt status and transform the health insurer from a charitable trust to a customer-owned nonprofit.
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow says Michigan’s cherry growers are getting new crop insurance options.
A rift among Michigan’s Republican lawmakers means Gov. Rick Snyder won’t get the House approval he wants Wednesday to start work on a website for purchasing health insurance that’s required under the federal health care law.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and his fellow Republicans could find themselves knee-deep in health care issues Thursday when lawmakers briefly return after a five-week break.
While the “Big Three” automakers compete heavily for domestic sales dollars, a new survey suggest they are very competitive overall when it comes to insurance premiums.
Metro Detroiters calling into the WWJ Newsradio 950 newsroom have had plenty to say about today’s Supreme Court ruling …