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This is crazy.

Effective as soon as the healthcare bill was signed- Prohibition on revoking insurance for patients who falsify applications to fraudulently obtain private insurance coverage( however penalties for fraud against federal health programs are increased)

Personally, I wouldn't want that person on my insurance plan. I thought they were going to try and stop fraud. So they don't put these people in jail they just fine them and let them keep the insurance? Really I think they should go to jail and have government jail cell coverage. Wonder what the fine is.

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Asked by itsmesteph11 at 4:28 PM on Apr. 8, 2010 in Politics & Current Events

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  • Interesting, Steph. So fraud is now allowed on health insurance applications. It figures.

    What other interesting facts will emerge in the coming months?

    Answer by mancosmomma at 6:40 PM on Apr. 8, 2010

  • I'm just glad Texas is suing...with 15 other states. Maybe we can get this thing thrown out and start over with a brand-new set of minds. (In other words...don't vote incumbent!)

    Answer by singnstitch at 7:21 PM on Apr. 8, 2010

  • Wow, with these people, everything is just peachy! Lie, cheat ,steal, hey it's okay, no worries!

    Answer by agentwanda at 10:40 PM on Apr. 8, 2010

  • What happened to that bit about getting rid of the fraud, waste, and abuse? Or is that only for certain people? I am beginning to think that they WANT people to lie, cheat, steal, etc. They don't seem to punish anyone who steals or least if they have a D behind their name.

    Answer by 29again at 11:27 PM on Apr. 8, 2010

  • I don't have a cute eagle avatar so I am not part of your clique. Therefore, I cannot answer.

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:49 PM on Apr. 8, 2010

  • 29again,

    Why would it matter if peole lie, cheat and steal?

    Congress and the president do it all the time.

    Answer by Natesmom507 at 12:13 AM on Apr. 9, 2010

  • Considering they probably falsified information because they had a condition which would inhibit them from obtaining insurance, I think it's just fine.

    Answer by Anonymous at 8:50 AM on Apr. 9, 2010

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