Governor Proposes Regulatory Reform f...

Governor Proposes Regulatory Reform for Blue Cross

There are 1 comment on the WFNT-AM Burton story from Sep 11, 2012, titled Governor Proposes Regulatory Reform for Blue Cross. In it, WFNT-AM Burton reports that:

Gov. Rick Snyder today proposed sweeping changes to how Michigan's largest health insurance provider is regulated, calling for it to become a nonprofit mutual insurance company that is regulated under the Michigan Insurance Code like all other health insurers in the state.

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Dexter, MI

#1 Sep 11, 2012
Snyder should leave well enough alone! Look what he has done to special needs children. It used to be if you went to High school and graduated you got a diploma now even if you graduate and had special classes you won't get one. What does that do for our young? Sounds like they are not worthy so why bother going to school! Some of these children may only excel in one topic and won't be able to attend a trade school without that diploma. Snyder should be recalled!

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