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U.S. Health Plans Cut Premiums For Consumers With Pre-existing Conditions

Lower rates begin July 1

Starting July 1, people with pre-existing conditions will see a reduction in their health insurance premiums. The price cuts – between 2 and 40 percent, depending on the state – are part of a federally run program (23 states and the District) created under the new health care law. Patients in the other 27 states that have opted to run their own PCIPs may not see a reduction in rates. Read

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