Ann Arbor schools remove 200 ineligible dependents from health plan
The Ann Arbor school district discovered last year that it was providing health insurance for 200 people not eligible for health-care coverage as employee dependents, Michigan Capitol Confidential reports.
The ineligible dependents were immediately removed from the district's health-care plan, the report said. District spokeswoman Liz Margolis said the the district hired a private company to review its dependent coverage last year, according to the article.
Michigan Capitol Confidential is an editorial arm of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a Midland-based think tank.