Walker to propose plan to help rein in health care costs for 200,000 Wisconsinites

Gov. Scott Walker will use his State of the State speech to roll out a new plan his administration says could help rein in health care costs for about 200,000 Wisconsinites who buy their coverage through the Affordable Care Act’s individual market.
It’s part of a three-part approach on health care Walker will highlight in his Wednesday speech. He also plans to seek a permanent waiver for the state’s prescription drug program and urge the state Senate to approve an Assembly bill that would protect coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.
In announcing the plan, Walker said he routinely ...

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