Lawmakers reject Ins. Dept. plan to stabilize Obamacare in NH

A plan to prevent the possible collapse of the individual health insurance market in New Hampshire was rejected by a legislative committee on Tuesday, leaving a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the future of coverage for 50,000 Granite State residents.

Members of the Joint Health Care Reform Oversight Committee, consisting of three senators and three representatives, voted 4-2 along party lines to reject a request by the Insurance Department to impose a $32 million assessment on the 72 insurance companies selling health insurance in the state. *| More…

| Union Leader

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  1. Pingback: The Collapse of the Individual Health Insurance Marketplace was The Point - GraniteGrok — GraniteGrok

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