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Passage of pre-existing conditions law shows change in thinking (access required)

One of the 90 bills Gov. Doug Ducey signed this year enshrines in state statute a key tenet of the Obama administration’s signature health care law — that insurers provide health coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. And while legislative Democrats, health care policy wonks and patients with pre-existing conditions say the new law doesn’t go ...

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