The State of Vermont is well on its way to becoming the first state in the union with universal healthcare for all residents. The Vermont Senate has now approved 21-9 a bill which would set up government-funded health insurance for all Vermont state residents. After going to conference committee, the bill will go to the . . . → Read More: Should We All Just Move to Vermont? Vermont Senate Passes Universal Healthcare Bill
The 40,000 low-income Pennsylvanians who lost their health insurance coverage when Pennsylvania’s AdultBasic health insurance program shut down may still be reeling, but two important deadlines for alternative health insurance are coming up.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield companies agreed to waive their normal coverage restrictions on pre-existing conditions for those moving from AdultBasic to the Blues’ SpecialCare . . . → Read More: Deadlines for Former Members of Pennsylvania AdultBasic Health Insurance Coming Up