Discrimination by insurers likely even with reform, experts say
Any healthcare overhaul that Congress and President Obama enact is likely to have as its centerpiece a mandate that insurers would not be allowed to reject individuals or charge them higher premiums based on their medical history. But simply banning medical discrimination would not necessarily remove it from the equation, economists and healthcare analysts say.
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