Idaho’s state health insurance exchange, YourHealthIdaho.org, reports today that 32,899 Idahoans have now selected a health insurance plan through the exchange, up 65 percent from a month ago. That ranks Idaho second in the nation for per-capita successful enrollments, behind only Vermont. “We are excited enrollment numbers have reached nearly 33,000 but we still have a lot of work to do by March 31,” said Jody Olson, communications director/Betsy Russell, Eye on Boise. More here.
More Eye on Boise stories today:
- No vote today on justice reinvestment bill
- House votes unanimously for $15M in water projects
- Justice reinvestment bill sparks concerns from prosecutors
- Rep. Collins appoints wife as sub while he's out for surgery
- Chief: ISP underfunding is causing safety concerns for officers, public
- Boise police chief: 'Democracy fails police leaders at state Capitol today'
- Luker bill amendments won't be taken up this week, as House takes 'thoughtful break'
Question: I wonder how the detractors of the health exchange in Idaho feel about it now?