Wis. governor signs bill to require coverage of cochlear implants

05/21/2009 | Minnesota Public Radio

Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle on Thursday signed into law a bill that would require private health insurers to cover cochlear implants, hearing aids and other treatment for hearing-impaired people younger than 18. Wisconsin is the first state in the country that will implement such a measure.

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