Michigan healthcare bills spark conflict between Blue Cross, rivals
AP/Chicago Tribune, February 29, 2008
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is pushing for legislation that would change how prices are set for people who have to buy their own insurance. Critics of the insurer, however, say the changes Blue Cross is pushing for are a power and money grab by an organization that already gets major state tax breaks in exchange for helping make healthcare more affordable and accessible.
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