The first government-backed analysis of the Obamacare repeal paints a grim picture for Alaska.
They say Graham-Cassidy would hurt the state’s economy and undercut the efforts to cut down on crime.
The changes would essentially allow Alaska to keep Obamacare’s individual marketplace as is.
There’s not enough time to get a full report on the impacts of the bill from the CBO, but other groups are doing their best to understand how it’ll work.
Walker says health care should be addressed in a thoughtful, bipartisan manner.
Fixing Alaska’s health care and health insurance problems can’t be solved with a one-size-fits-all approach, the state’s director of the Division of Insurance Lori Wing-Heier…
After the spectacular failure of the Senate to repeal all or even part of Obamacare earlier this year, the Senate is now quietly getting to…
Alaska’s reinsurance program could be a blueprint for other hard-hit states.
The initiatives would preserve key parts of the Affordable Care Act in case they’re repealed.
Thanks to a new state program, Alaskans getting insurance on the marketplace will save an average 21.6 percent on their premiums.