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Romney Wants Insurance Companies To Be Able To Deny Coverage For Pre-Existing Conditions
Submitted by Cheston Catalano
Mitt Romney opposes one of the most popular parts of the Affordable Care Act.
The ex-Massachusetts governor, whose health care plan for his own state was the model for Obamacare, stressed that only Americans who have uninterrupted insurance should have guaranteed coverage – regardless of any pre-existing conditions.
This is a stark difference with the the Democrats’ across-the-board coverage plan, Romney’s campaign acknowledged.
Eighty-five percent of the country disagrees with Romney.