For Governor Walker, maintaining protections for those with pre-existing conditions is personal. That’s why he’s fought to bring down the health care costs for Wisconsin families and to maintain coverage for pre-existing conditions.
Gov. Walker’s Health Care Stability Plan invests $200 million in a market-based solution to help bring down costs. He’s also committed to maintaining coverage for those who have pre-existing conditions – that way no one with a serious ailment will have to worry about obtaining or maintaining coverage.
Get the facts about how Governor Walker and his Health Care Stability Plan are providing quality, affordable health care for Wisconsin families.
- Last year, Obamacare caused premiums to increase by 44%. Meanwhile a vast majority of both Republicans and Democrats supported Governor Walker’s reinsurance plan to reduce health care costs.
- Thanks to Governor Walker’s reinsurance plan, premiums will fall by an average of 4.2% and more health care options are emerging for people across Wisconsin.
- In his 2018 State of the State address, Governor Walker proposed his threefold plan for health care: to lower marketplace premiums, protect pre-existing conditions, and to extend SeniorCare.
- Governor Walker has guaranteed that if protections for ore-existing conditions were to change, he would call a special session of the state legislature to pass legislation covering pre-existing conditions on a state level.