Direct primary care bill advances in Nebraska Legislature

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Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a bill that would give state employees a new health care option that minimizes the role of insurance.

Lawmakers gave the measure first-round approval on Monday with a 30-0 vote.

State workers could enroll in a so-called direct primary care plan if it survives two more votes from lawmakers and is signed by Gov. Pete Ricketts.

Read the full article on Associated Press.

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