Changes to the State Health Plan may be coming, following a vote of the State Health Plan Board of Trustees taking place today.
State employees who now pay no health insurance premiums could start paying $25 a month under changes being considered for the state health plan.
Other employees enrolled in what’s called the 80/20 plan could see their monthly costs going from a low of $15.04 to $50.
State Treasurer Dale Folwell said the increases are needed to keep the state health plan solvent….Folwell said Tuesday that a new study found that the plan’s liability has increased to $42 billion.
George Zeller says
Perhaps the increase should be spread among all taxpayers…