Federal officials often say that health insurance will cost consumers less than expected under President Obama’s health care law. But they rarely mention one big reason: many insurers are significantly limiting the choices of doctors and hospitals available to consumers.
...When insurance marketplaces open on Oct. 1, most of those shopping for coverage will be low- and moderate-income people for whom price is paramount. To hold down costs, insurers say, they have created smaller networks of doctors and hospitals than are typically found in commercial insurance. And those health care providers will, in many cases, be paid less than what they have been receiving from commercial insurers.
House passed the Ryan-Murray budget 332-94. I assume that Cottonmouth is among the 94 but…
House passed the Ryan-Murray budget 332-94.
stick it, Norma. if you ever had arkansas roots, you have lost them.
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