Mandating health insurance for adult children goes too far

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By Cindy Bucher
July 1, 2011

The authors of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act would be quick to point out that our plan is not required to cover dependent children — but we do have to cover the 26-year-olds if we want to cover the newborns and preschoolers. Some choice.

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