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@B4KD56P from Georgia answered…4 days

No, it is immoral to deny health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions; however they should be able to charge them a higher price within reason.

@B4K6MMWSocialist from Virginia answered…4 days

All Americans should be covered under a single-payer system and the terms of supplemental health insurance coverage should be determined by the private market.

@B4HG9RFDemocrat from California answered…1wk

Yes, but the government should expand systems like Medicare to handle those who would be left uninsured.

@B4GZFX4Democratfrom Maine  answered…2wks

A single payer system should be in place that covers you regardless of if you have a pre-exisiting condition or not

@B4F9M2NRepublican from Minnesota answered…2wks

@B4DJHWTGreen from California answered…3wks

Yes, as long as they are private. Otherwise, it needs to cover everyone.

@B484WKPPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…1mo

no, but only in the case of catastrophic health care policies

@B3Z9MBNSocialistfrom Guam  answered…1mo

No, and abolish private insurance in favor of Medicare for all

@Brad-SternRepublican from Maryland answered…1mo

Similar to attorneys and pro-bono work. The insurance companies should apportion the population of people with pre-existing conditions, so no single insurance pool is affected more than another.

@9N5W4WDAmerican from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, but it is reasonable to expect higher prices for those plans.

@9N5HRQBWomen’s Equality from California answered…2yrs

No, but people with pre-existing conditions should pay proportionally more.

@9MVS38KLibertarian from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, but insurance companies should be allowed to set the amount of coverage offered to people with preexisting conditions.

@9MVCNJVWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs

Allow it given the patient is actively attempting to cure the Preexisting or taking steps to becone healthy

@9MKSVKYVeteranfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2yrs

Yes, insuring people with pre-existing conditions drives up costs for everyone No, it is immoral to deny health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions

@9MKQ895Veteran from California answered…2yrs

No, it is immoral to deny health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions, but the company should have the right to increase cost to compensate for that pre-existing condition.

@9MJLRSGTranshumanist from Oregon answered…2yrs

@9MC2DB2Veteran from Minnesota answered…2yrs

No, Unless the pre-existing condition is self-inflicted. Any non-self inflicted condition should be charged a higher premium.

@9M8TVC7Veteran from Virginia answered…2yrs

@9M87PC5Veteran from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, if they are changing health care companies from one company to another due to a life event there should be no penalty. If they didn't have coverage there must be a penalty to avoid people only getting coverage once they need it.

@9M5SR7ZWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

@9M2NZWHLibertarian from Arizona answered…2yrs

No, but premiums should be determined by the risk that the patient poses.

@9LWD2CMVeteran from Arizona answered…2yrs

@9LP7WTGRepublican from Georgia answered…2yrs

It depends on the persons prior covereage history. Handled ona case by case basis.

@9LNKLJ9Veteran from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Insurance companies in general have resulted in the increase of prices for healthcare. If insurance companies were done away with, healthcare providers would be forced to adopt a more reasonable price so that the average citizen could pay.

@9LN8L4BVeteran from Texas answered…2yrs

The government should subsidize insurance company with pre-existing condition

@9LHDMBFRepublican from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if the pre-existing condition is the fault of the patient

@9L9SV7XLibertarian from Utah answered…2yrs

You should not be allowed to deny but health history should be taken into consideration when giving premiums

@金紫Veteran from Maine answered…2yrs

No, but allow insurance company Adjust the insurance fee and coverage

@9L2WNDFConstitution from California answered…2yrs

Yes, but I think insurance companies should get a tax break if they will cover those with pre-existing conditions.

@9KXF7K4Republican from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No, but they should be able to charge more for premiums for those people.

@9KPR2ZGIndependent from Utah answered…2yrs

This is far more complicated than any answer given. The health care system is completely broken and far to expensive.

@9KP4D2RLibertarian from Ohio answered…2yrs

No they shouldn't be denied but health care should be privatized.

@Matthew-JohnsonVeteran from Colorado answered…2yrs

No, But if it is a self obtained health condition not genetic, premiums should be higher for those individuals.

@9KMX5RBGreen from California answered…2yrs

Isurance is what is wrong with medical care in the first place.

@9KLVWTZVeteran from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, but allow companies to charge them more if they get coverage just after being diagnosed.

@9K9L4SHVeteran from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, but the government should provide healthcare for those who have been denied.

@Joshua-JonesWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

No, given it’s a lifetime condition. The healthcare provider should be able to price it in a way that makes sense.

@9K84SCXLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Depends on whether or not the condition is something under that person's control or not...

@9K7ZR2WLibertarian from Missouri answered…2yrs

Yes but add a residual market, similar to what is done with auto insurance

@9JVX4LYConstitution from North Carolina answered…2yrs

yes, private companies should have the right to do business who they should do business with

@9JVF2L7Libertarian from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, However foster the formation of fraternal societies to better compete with health insurance, and will assist those with pre-existing conditions anyways.

@9JTBB34Veteran from Oregon answered…2yrs

No, they should not be denied coverage, but coverage should be variable depending on their condition.

@9JT3SRGConstitution from Texas answered…2yrs

No, but a special pool of those with pre-existing conditions should be formed and 1: all private insurance companies be required to accept a percentage of patients OR 2:government could subsidize the pool as it does with Medicaid and medicare

@9JR7LKYConstitution from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, but they should be allowed to charge more in accordance with the risk the condition presents

@9JLF9TMConstitution from Colorado answered…2yrs

No they should not deny coverage, but they may need to pay a higher premium to offset their personal medical costs.

@9JFHCJPTranshumanist from Texas answered…2yrs


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