Johnson says Democratic National Convention opportunity to highlight “damaging” Medicare for All policy
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said Friday that having Milwaukee host the Democratic National Convention next year will provide an opportunity to highlight “very damaging” policies like Medicare for All.
Those still enrolled in health plans that took effect after the Affordable Care Act passed but before the end of 2013 will be able to keep them through the end of next year, according to the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.
Affordable Care Act plans are often "out of reach" for many middle class Wisconsinites looking to buy insurance on their own without subsidies available under the federal health law, according to a recent report.
A federal court sided with Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative last month in a class-action lawsuit led by the insurer to get the federal government to pay for a set of Affordable Care Act subsidies.