The package of bills would have changed how Michigan raises funds to match federal dollars for Medicaid. Also, a look at how California’s Medicaid program can make it difficult for patients with mental health issues to get adequate care.
Snyder Vetoes Health Funding Tax Reforms
Gov. Rick Snyder has vetoed a package of bills Thursday that would have overhauled how health insurers are taxed and shifted how the state’s health care program for low-income individuals is funded. The legislation would have ended a tax on health insurance claims assessments 18 months earlier than the tax’s termination planned under a measure the Legislature passed earlier this year. Snyder said in a statement that helped prompt the veto. (Gerstein, 10/27)
Gov. Snyder Vetoes Bills On Medicaid Matching Dollars
Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday vetoed a package of bills that aimed to end the state’s Health Insurance Claims Assessment and …
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