A reader writes:
Re: your post about “So I have a 26 year old daughter, poor college student with no insurance, no money to buy insurance and 3 pre-existing conditions. I had to drop herfrom Federal employees plan when she turned 23.”:
The Senate Bill allows those up to age 26 to stay on parents’ policies, while the House bill would allow dependent coverage up to age 27.
I haven’t heard any blowback on this provision for either bill, so she might find some relief in this way, as well, right?
Yep. Good pickup. My bad. This is another way that reform would benefit some young people.