Friday, December 13, 2013
Nearly 1,800 had lined up health coverage online by Nov. 30 as fixes to the federal website kicked in.
A document signaling that a request is in the works angers legislators already out of patience over the contractor’s service problems.
Details emerge about the plan to improve service, but questions remain and a state evaluation is ongoing.
But Democrats say many of the problems are of the governor’s own making.
Despite pressure to reduce missed pickups or drop the company, Commissioner Mayhew says the decision will not be rushed.
As DHHS reviews data from the troubled broker, a nonprofit group is set to deliver 400 petitions demanding fixes to the deficient system.
A Maine baby born with cancer dies after 17 days but inspires others.
The contractor failed to take out a performance bond as required, and has frequently left ill Mainers stranded or caused them to miss health appointments.
Friends of Matthew Rairdon react with shock to his death Saturday at the hands of a former boyfriend.
Others also report progress and answer questions on insurance at the USM event.