State insurance chief asks Congress to allow more local control

Georgia’s insurance commissioner wants Republicans in Congress to allow states more flexibility in setting their own health insurance rules.Ralph Hudgens, who has long opposed the Affordable Care Act, also says that when it is repealed, as is likely, the federal government should fund state “high-risk’’ insurance pools for people with pre-existing health conditions. Read the full article on Georgia Health News.

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