Jesse’s Pay for Play: “Not Picky” Where Money Comes From, Premiums Hiked
Jesse Laslovich has taken somewhere between $30,000 – $40,000 from the lobbyists, insurance, and financial industries he’s supposed to be regulating.
Conflict of interest? Well, Jesse doesn’t see anything wrong with this pay for play.
Listen to his own words: He’s “not picky” where his money comes from.
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Jesse Laslovich takes campaign donations from the health insurance companies he helps regulate and then authorizes higher health care premiums, meaning the insurance companies take more of our money while we’re left on the hook to pay for these higher premiums.
It’s a win for Jesse Laslovich. It’s a win for the health insurance companies. It’s NOT a win for the tens of thousands of Montana families who now have to pay these higher health care premiums.
Next year’s premiums have now been finalized and are even higher than what was originally announced: Montanans will face premium increases between 27% to 58%.
Have a BlueCross BlueShield policy? Your average rate increase will be a staggering 58%!
So, when Jesse Laslovich is asked: “How can you be an advocate for Montanans when BlueCross BlueShield is giving you campaign donations?”
The answer: He can’t. Jesse Laslovich is bought and paid for by the insurance industry.
Jesse Laslovich is too busy cozying up to the insurance companies so he’s fighting for their interests – not your interests. Jesse is no advocate for Montanans and electing him as our next State Auditor means more premium increases and more financial hardship for Montana families.