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The MO Director of Insurance joins consumer advocates at CCM in cheering Centene for filling the ACA void in our state. While we would like to see more choice in MO, 1 choice is certainly better than no choice.
With a large part of MO at risk of having no insurer next year, Centene decides to sell Obamacare plans in MO. Read more here.
#MOLEG Special Session: an economic development package paid for by utility ratepayers. “What passed in the special session was an economic development package on the backs of ratepayers,” the Consumers Council of Missouri, a consumer advocacy nonprofit, said in a statement. “What worries us is the 10-year rate clause, allowing the Public Service Commission to set rates for 10 years that ...
Cara Spencer of the Consumers Council of Missouri said even small increases in utility prices could affect poorer residents. “Household energy is not a luxury. What we’re looking at here is a tax increase,” Spencer said. Greitens dismissed those concerns while speaking to reporters Tuesday. Read more here.