Kentucky bill aims for more young adults to have health insurance
Louisville Courier-Journal, March 11, 2008
Under a bill passed by the Kentucky House of Representatives, insurers would be required to offer parents the option of including unmarried children on their health-insurance policies until age 25. The bill, backed by the Kentucky Medical Association, also would require insurers to provide 90 days' notice before changing a payment rate.
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