Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker is in Washington D.C. on Monday, meeting with President Donald Trump, along with other governors.
While Massachusetts has health reform structures that predate Obamacare, health care leaders say the state relies on federal support.
Massachusetts and Connecticut residents have until December 15 to sign up for health insurance through the state exchanges if they want coverage to begin January first.
The head of Massachusetts’ health insurance marketplace is uncertain how the program will be affected if Donald Trump follows through his campaign promise to abolish Obamacare, which is modeled on the Bay State’s universal health plan. But he reports twice as many people have signed up for coverage this year than last.
The House unveils its budget, Baker signs the solar bill, plus: the ten-year anniversary of RomneyCare.
An earlier version of the site failed and the state acquired a new one, at a total cost of $255 million.