Jesse Ellis O'Brien
Close scrutiny of proposed health insurance rates for 2018, along with a new state program to contain rate hikes, has cut more than $100 million from premiums for Oregon consumers.
OPINION --Oregon health insurers have proposed rate hikes as high as 32.3% for next year, the second year in a row of big double-digit increases. Not only is this outrageous, it’s also unsustainable.
OSPIRG urges Oregon lawmakers to support new legislation introduced today in the Oregon State Legislature that will empower consumers to take personal responsibility for their own health care costs by improving access t