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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, it is immoral to deny health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions

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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, insuring people with pre-existing conditions drives up costs for everyone

@98WBZ37Libertarian from Georgia answered…1 day

@98W7CKQ from New York answered…2 days

There should be different types of insurance programs so that conditions can be taken into account, while people aren’t left high and dry.

@98VN5KP from Massachusetts answered…3 days

@98V69YK from Ohio answered…3 days

No, it is immoral to deny health insurance, however people should get this insurance when they are healthy, not when sick

@98V3W2Zfrom Guam  answered…4 days

Yes, health insurers are private companies, there will always be some insurers who don't deny coverage to individuals who have pre-existing condition.

@98TQ7YF from Pennsylvania answered…4 days

@98SYSV5 from Kentucky answered…6 days

Private insurance companies can do whatever they want, but we should have a single-payer system

@98SKN4FProgressive from Minnesota answered…1wk

No, but allow them to begin coverage at moment-of-policy sale; don’t make the company liable for coverage before term of policy

@98RF68YLibertarian from Georgia answered…1wk

@98R3SFM from Utah answered…1wk

Yes, but health insurance in general should be overhauled or removed

@98Q87M8Socialist from South Carolina answered…2wks

No, we should have a single payer system and insurance companies can go extinct or become tiny boutique industry that caters to the super wealthy.

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

Yes, but the health insurer has to be one hundred percent transparent in the reason why they denied the individual.

@98PQS3YLibertarian from Texas answered…2wks

@98M2D5D from Oregon answered…3wks

@98LFYD5Populist from Colorado answered…3wks

Yes, but federally provide at least a year grace period for signing up with another insurer and lower health insurance requirements

@98L6DJJIndependent from Rhode Island answered…3wks

Not unless a subsidized healthcare is provided to citizens who cannot afford/find private insurance

@98L28XJDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

@98KFWRQ from Tennessee answered…3wks

No, but the government should not be involved in health insurance either. They should self regulate.

@98JX46YIndependent from Ohio answered…3wks

yes, they should choose if they want to cover it but cant just flat out deny

@98JRYHD from North Carolina answered…3wks

health insurers should be able to deny coverage to anyone they want

@98HLZVW from Michigan answered…4wks

@7BF3XPN from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

@98GKJN7 from New York answered…1mo

No, but increase the cost if they use the healthcare system more than average. Also, what's the definition of a pre-existing condition?

@98GG9GX from Kentucky answered…1mo

No, and abolish health insurance by nationalizing healthcare and pharmaceuticals and making it all free

@98G8K3F from California answered…1mo

no, but if the pre-existing condition is a serious life threatening issue, certain requirements should be met, and the cost should change.

@98G86NP from South Carolina answered…1mo

No but be able to charge a higher rate to avoid people waiting until they are sick to apply for insurance.

@98FWQ32 from Texas answered…1mo

@98FDDBTIndependent from California answered…1mo

@98FC3RJ from Georgia answered…1mo

Yes, and those with pre-existing conditions can enroll in medicaid.

@98DS668 from Minnesota answered…1mo

@98D389Pfrom Guam  answered…1mo

@974D8XP from Texas answered…1mo

@98CP6SCIndependent from Indiana answered…2mos

@98BZYMQfrom Guam  answered…2mos

Yes, but the government should provide them with support via Medicaid.

@98BXFV9Libertarian from Connecticut answered…2mos

Yes, as long as there are reasons other than the pre existing condition.

@98BMLHZRepublican from Washington D.C. answered…2mos

@98BC9ZNRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

I, but employees should acknowledge their personal cost may be greater.


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