Shreveport Police Union makes statement against city employee insurance plan
The Shreveport Police Officer’s Association is making a formal statement against a narrow medical insurance plan for city employees. They say it takes control away from city employees to select Willis-Knighton Health Systems over Oschner LSU Health. The city says it used the general fund to pay for increased healthcare costs for the past decade instead of passing them on to employees. Now, the SPOA plans to litigate anything that would stop the Healthcare Trust Fund Board from increased healthcare costs with a local doctor or hospital. Michael Carter with the SPOA says they’re planning a formal campaign against anyone who supports a plan to narrow health benefits.
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