Pre-Existing Conditions Have Become One of the Hottest 2018 Midterm Election Issues

Lorraine remembers her excitement when the Affordable Care Act took full effect nearly five years ago. The finance executive, who has a pre-existing condition and requested her last name be withheld, looked forward to the freedom the law would give her if she got laid off or decided to retire early.

She thought she would no longer have to worry that health insurers would charge her more or even deny her coverage due to her health condition.

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