|Re: oh yes they can.... -- Loquitor|
|Posted by Beachboy , Wed, May 09, 2012, 15:25:31||Top of Thread||Reviews by Beachboy||Archive||Main BigDoggie.net site|
My question for you: Under Obamacare, may individual policies purchased to satisfy the mandate discriminate on the basis of weight, smoking, or other lifestyle choices? Can one be turned down for these reasons, or may the insurer simply price the policy so high that no one can afford it?
(Please don't make me look this up. I have no idea how to start, and I don't trust the comments made online by casual "experts".)
Your response to my first post may be correct for now, but something tells me that under the Care Act that the Secretary of HHS may formulate policies and regulations that will take that option away from the insurers.
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