UNDATED (WHTC) -- The state of Michigan is helping to provide relief to around 225-thousand Michiganders who have received notification they they will lose their current health plan because of the Affordable care Act. The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services announced that after careful review and analysis, health insurers in Michigan can reinstate canceled policies. House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton praised today’s action, adding that only 27-thousand people have signed up for a new health insurance plan using HealthCare.gov and 1,329 of those people are from Michigan. Upton said, “Last week, the House passed my bipartisan Keep Your Health Plan Act to help provide relief for folks here in Michigan and millions like them across the country.
Story by: Diane E Coston