What the insurance markets would look like in states that get waivers for pre-existing conditions
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The Congressional Budget Office has released its report on the health care bill passed in the House of Representatives. It projects an additional 23 million people would be uninsured under that bill. And it also imagines what the insurance market would look like in states that take advantage of one of the bill’s key provisions: waivers from federal rules on pre-existing conditions and essential health benefits.
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