PROVIDENCE – Local hopes for bipartisan health insurance market-stabilizing legislation were rekindled Sep. 25 when Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, opposed the latest Affordable Care Act repeal, known as the Graham-Cassidy bill, prompting Rhode Island officials to urge continued work on improving the ACA. Last week Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., chairman of the U.S. Senate Health,…
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