A new agreement between the state of Utah and federal regulators means that Utah will have two health insurance marketplaces – one for individuals run by the federal government and one for small businesses run by the state through its existing “Avenue H” online health exchange.“We think other states might want to consider following the example we’re setting here and finding a fourth way, which we think for a variety of reasons provides a better option,” Gov. Herbert said. Listen to the full story here.
Governor Herbert finds an alternative solution to new national healthcare mandates
By Roger McDonough • May 13, 2013