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<<The issue is whether insurance companies are entitled to screen applicants for insurance to determine IF they have pre existing conditions which would make them very expensive to insure.


Sure. The Republicans will cover pre-existing conditions. But your premium might be $80,000/year if you had cancer or heart disease.


And vastly cheaper if you have a history of being healthy.

Why would that surprise anyone?

You think the drunk with a history of DWIs and collisions should have the same insurance premium as those with excellent driving records?

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