Monday, August 30, 2010

Wesco Concerned About Cost to Indiana of Federal Health Care

On Wednesday, the Secretary of the Family & Social Services Administration and the acting state Insurance Commissioner publicly released a memo they had sent to Governor Daniels earlier in the week outlining the cost of federal health care reform in Indiana. Based on both independent and internal analysis, the memo stated that Indiana taxpayers must foot the bill for between $3 billion and $3.7 billion in federally mandated state-level health care spending over the next ten years. - Timothy Wesco

Read the full Elkart Truth story, "Wesco wants state to opt out of federal programs" here

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