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Ryan: Trump right to end CSR payments

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Janesville, said Monday that he agreed with President Donald Trump’s decision to end payments to insurers that lowered out-of-pocket costs for low-income consumers buying Healthcare.gov plans.
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Democratic lawmakers propose scrapping abortion restrictions

Two Democratic lawmakers are circulating a trio of bills targeting reproductive healthcare, including a proposal that undoes many of the bills passed by the Legislature that restricted the use of abortion procedures.
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Wisconsin Medicare Advantage plans get 5 stars

A handful of Wisconsin-based health plans received the highest quality ranking for their Medicare Advantage plans from the federal government.
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Trump executive order targets association health plans

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order directing some members of his cabinet to explore how to expand association health plans and the availability of short-term insurance plans.
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Wisconsin individual ACA plan rates set to rise 36 percent on average in 2018

Rates for individual plans sold through Healthcare.gov are expected to increase by an average of 36 percent in 2018, the Office of Commissioner of Insurance said Thursday. And 75,000 consumers with individual coverage that complies with the Affordable Care Act will have to find a new health plan. That’s mostly due to Molina Healthcare, Anthem […]

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Wisconsin gets $3.4 million under Mylan settlement

Wisconsin will receive $3.4 million under a settlement reached between states and Mylan over allegations that the drug manufacturer knowingly underpaid rebates to the Medicaid program for its device that counteracts allergic reactions, according to a Wednesday statement.
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Federal funding to navigators falls 44 percent

Federal funding that heads to the state's three agencies that help consumers sign up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act is set to decline by 44 percent, according to an analysis released by the Kaiser Family Foundation Wednesday.
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Panelists weigh future regulatory changes

The approach President Donald Trump's administration takes toward proposed Medicaid changes could have sweeping impacts on Wisconsin and the nation's healthcare system, agreed panelists at a BioForward panel Tuesday.
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