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Great... they can't deny me based on a preexisting condition.  Any provision to stop insurers from 'competing' by setting the rates for people with preexisting conditions at 5 or 10 times the rates for people without?  Cause having 5 insurance companies offer me insurance for $1500/month is effectively the same as having 5 insurance companies deny coverage.  Didn't hear a thing about that.

Oh, and in 4 years when this would kick in, I'll have been uninsured for at least 2 years if my current provider continues to raise rates at the pace they have to date.

Color me unimpressed.

At least he called the death panel morons for the liars they are.
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