Premera is receiving a $250 million refund after the federal tax reform package. It’s using that money for several efforts to improve health care in Washington and Alaska. (Premera)

Premera is receiving a $250 million refund after the federal tax reform package. It’s using that money for several efforts to improve health care in Washington and Alaska. (Premera)

Premera pledges $250M of tax cut to health coverage, charity

Cocoon House is among the beneficiaries, receiving $1.6 million from the non-profit health insurer.

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