U.S. Ordered To Pay Montana Co-Op $1.2 Million In CSR Funds For Q4 2017

October 09, 2018
The U.S. Federal Claims Court has ordered the federal government to pay a Montana co-op health plan more than $1.2 million in cost-sharing reductions that would have gone to the co-op for the fourth quarter of 2017 had the administration had not cut off the funding. The order comes after the court ruled in favor of the co-op last month . The government has until Dec. 10 to appeal the decision. The payments are meant to reimburse issuers for reducing...

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