Schwarzenegger grapples with new medical insurance laws
As insurers try to limit their payouts and new treatments become available, patients are finding more gaps in what their medical policies will cover. As he considers 10 bills passed by the Legislature that would expand what insurers are required to pay for, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger must balance improved medical coverage with the risk of driving costs so high that people can't afford it.
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