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Legislation Aims To Reduce Barriers, Delays In Treatment

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This session, Oregon lawmakers are looking at ways to ensure that patients do not face delays or denial of treatment because of restrictive insurance company policies.

Gov. Kate Brown May Consider Repealing Health Insurance Rule That Saves $270M Per Biennium

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Gov. Kate Brown suggested Friday that she would consider rolling back a rule that prevents the state from double paying for state employees in the same family who are eligible for health coverage on their spouses’ plans.

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