Before the Affordable Care Act stopped insurers from denying coverage for a pre-existing health condition, many consumers were turned down, charged higher prices or had conditions excluded from their plans. Nancy Blitz fears that dismantling Obamacare could mean a return to those practices. Video by Daniel Chang / Edited by Pierre Taylor dchang@miamiherald.com
Before the Affordable Care Act stopped insurers from denying coverage for a pre-existing health condition, many consumers were turned down, charged higher prices or had conditions excluded from their plans. Nancy Blitz fears that dismantling Obamacare could mean a return to those practices. Video by Daniel Chang / Edited by Pierre Taylor dchang@miamiherald.com

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Before Obamacare, a cancer survivor struggled for insurance. Will it happen again?

February 16, 2017 7:00 AM

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