The only way is up.
"Insurers can no longer deny coverage for children under age 19 because of pre-existing conditions. Checkups, immunizations and other basic preventive health care will become free for many people with health coverage, although many others will fall through a loophole. If you get seriously sick, the insurance company can't cancel your coverage because you forgot to tell them about the hangnail removed five years ago. Coverage can still be canceled if you deliberately lie about something important on your insurance application, but not for accidental omissions. Lifetime coverage limits disappear, and annual coverage limits start to fade away. There's a stronger appeals process for when insurance companies deny care."
New Law Brings Changes To Health Insurance Rules This Week - Kaiser Health News
" ... Don't those all sound like pretty good things? Well, in this election season, what are the Democrats prepared to do about it?
Obama is giving a speech Wednesday touting the new measures. But what else? See, if this were the Republicans, they'd have a whole huge strategy. Not just one presidential speech, but a string of appearances; at each one, a child cancer survivor or an elderly dialysis patient whose coverage had been denied and was being restored; et cetera. You get my drift..."
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