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Questions Remain On Health Plans

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Questions Remain On Health Plans

While most school districts in South Dakota are dealing with tight budgets, all will have to work through changes to their health insurance plans.

Jason Bietz, business manager for the Yankton School District, says they are still working through details of changes under the Affordable Care Act…

 

Bietz says the district can afford their health insurance under the current rules…

 

Bietz says they have modified their coverage to qualify under the ACA…

 

Bietz says the school board will have to decide if they want to pay for extended coverage or the penalties.

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