Michigan residents who have chosen plans on the health insurance marketplace have qualified for an estimated $328 million in premium tax credits. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, nearly 87% of Michiganders who selected plans as of March 1, were eligible for financial assistance through the Affordable Care Act. That averages to about $2,610 per person. M-Live.com reports, nationally, an estimated 3.5 million people have qualified for a total of $10 billion in tax credits as of March 1. Consumers have three more days to sign up for coverage on the health insurance marketplace.
Hancock Planning Commission Endorses Proposed Wind/Solar Ordinance
Hancock’s proposed solar and wind energy ordinance will advance to the city council for consideration. …