I havent seen anything addressing COST if you fall outside the medicaid lines. Here's the thing. If you own a house you pay home owners ins. If you own a house that has the "pre existing condition" to flooding, you pay a WHOLE LOT more! I dont see where THAT has been addressed in this bill. Has it and I am missing it? If not that could be REALLY bad!Answer Question
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It is free.................
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Anon....the point IS it may not BE a LITTLE more. My home owners went up by $2000 this year. I do NOT live in a flood zone. When I went to talk to the lady at the bank about it (to make sure it was the ONLY thing moving on my fixed interest loan) she told me she lives on the water and is about to have to sell because she cant afford her now $7000 a YEAR ins! You cant MOVE out of your BODY! So if it costs more than you HAVE what do you do THEN?
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Answer by trippyhippy at 2:20 PM on Mar. 22, 2010
GREAT! So EVERYONES Hc costs are going to SKYROCKET to make sure EVERYONE is covered?! The $$$$$$$ has to come from SOMEWHERE an ins companies have had no restrictions or regulations on what they can charge....soooooooLOTS of people wont be able to afford it! FANTASTIC. Yes...mean, selfish, ugly mne......WOULDNT it have been FANTASTIC if a bill had been written to REFORM this HC stuff to make it BETTER???
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