In 2006, Dina Mishev was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Her insurance company eventually dropped her. Last year, she signed up for the federal Preexisting Conditions Insurance Plan (PCIP), a relatively affordable option to insure people who’ve been denied coverage on the private market due to a preexisting condition. “I never thought I would say this, but I love my insurance company,” she said.

One piece of federal health care reform could be helping a lot more Wyomingites than it is so far. Read the story at WyoFile.