Washington State’s “Every Category” Law Still Controversial, Five Years Later

In 1996, Washington became the first state to mandate that health care insurers cover services provided by naturopaths and other alternative health care professionals. The so-called "Every Category of Provider," mandate was controversial when passed, and five years later, the arguments for and against the law continue.

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