Health Care Reform Passes 219-212 Without Consent of the Governed

By | March 22, 2010

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2 thoughts on “Health Care Reform Passes 219-212 Without Consent of the Governed

  1. tower200

    The thing I’m questioning about the Government plan is this component about pre-existing conditions… Is there any stuff in this bill about wether or not there is a limitation on what insurance companies can impose if you have a pre-existing condition?

    1. R. Mitchell

      Yes, for children, the pre-existing condition provision of the health care law go into effect in late September of this year. For adults, you get to wait until 2014.

      The provision prevents insurance companies from denying coverage to anyone with a pre-existing condition.

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