Republican Gov. Scott Walker is proposing several ideas he says will stabilize health insurance costs for Wisconsin residents.
In a tack to the left in an election year, Walker said he wants a state law to guarantee people with pre-existing conditions don’t lose health insurance.
The Affordable Care Act, the Obama administration-era signature health care law of which Walker has been critical of in the past, already protects people with pre-existing conditions. But Walker said making the change in state law would protect individuals from any changes made to health care at the federal level.