Calling it another "Republican solution starving for a problem," state Sen.
At a meeting of the
Stack noted that more than 300,000 Pennsylvanians have signed up for health care through the exchange while state insurance department officials have testified of having received not a single complaint about the navigators or certified application counselors.
"So, we're attracting young people through the health insurance exchange. It appears to be a success and there have been no consumer complaints," Stack told the committee. "If it isn't brokewe don't need to fix it."
Stack also pointed out that a federal court in
Meddling with the role played by navigators, Stack said, reeks of politics.
"It appears this is could be an attempt to block federal health care reform. It simply adds more administrative burdens on the
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