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06/29/2012

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Dkanebarnhart

The ACA now also allows for the non-dependent child, not going to school to, not offered health insurnace by his employer to be covered on his parents plan until the age of 26. This is wonderful in my eyes as my son is 22 working and not offered insurance by his employer. He has needed the insurance twice in the past year since ACA was passed and we were able to put him on my spouses employer's healthcare insurance. He would be in such overwhelming medical debt right now without ACA.

Jennifer Pishny

Thank you for such a great article!

Virginia

Hey very interesting blog!1, Virginia,

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