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How the Healthcare Bill Will Bankrupt Millennials


by Alexandra Svokos

Young people with decent incomes and employment — especially those younger than 26 — won’t see too many immediate changes to health insurance.People who rely on Medicaid, however, could see health care losses without support from the federal government. People who buy health insurance individually would also see changes.

The GOP plan keeps the rules that people up to 26 can stay on their parents’ insurance and people with pre-existing conditions can’t be denied insurance for them — i.e. the two best parts of Obamacare.

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