This afternoon the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Rejected a waiver requested by the Walker Administration that would have allowed insurance companies to dedicate more than 20% of premium dollars to profits and overhead. The request for a waiver from the Medical Loss Ratio requirement under the Affordable Care Act was made in October by the Walker Administration.
Download the official rejection communication.
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Walker unable to duck responsibilities for state health care.
Maybe he should've gotten a note from his doctor.
From Citizen Action of Wisconsin
Walker Administration Waiver on Excessive Health Insurance Industry Profits and Overhead Rejected Today
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