Border jumpers left out under autism mandate Rhoades says
A measure that was turned back by the GOP-controlled Assembly this past session would require insurance companies to provide coverage for autism.
The measure was supported by Gov. Jim Doyle and state Democrats, along with a host of autism support groups across the state.
"The governor believes that mandating coverage is the best way to provide coverage to families living in Wisconsin," said Jessica Erickson, Doyle's press secretary.