Should health insurers be forced to cover pre-existing conditions? | The Tylt
As the battle over Obamacare continues, the Senate rejected amendments proposed by Democrats that would keep insurance coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. The Affordable Care Act eliminated pre-existing conditions in 2014, and many say allowing insurance companies to once again deny coverage or charge more based on a person's medical history would be disastrous. Others argue forcing insurers to cover pre-existing conditions is simply "unsustainable." What do you think?
Should health insurers be forced to cover pre-existing conditions?
Make no mistake. When Senators vote to strip pre-existing conditions from the ACA, they are voting to kill the chronically ill.— John Wiswell (@Wiswell) January 12, 2017
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