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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, it is immoral to deny health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions

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Yes, insuring people with pre-existing conditions drives up costs for everyone

@9649WM8from Pennsylvania  answered…12hrs

@9645L4F from Washington answered…19hrs

@95ZY5J6 from Missouri answered…3 days

No. But the rates could be affected by the pre existing conditions

@95ZLPZV from Colorado answered…4 days

The government should step in and ensure anyone companies are not willing to

@95YNFVG from California answered…5 days

@95XVG7D from Texas answered…5 days

No, except for those who made themselves drug addicts or created their own mental and physical issues due to illegal drug use. Illegal drug addicts need to have a whole other program including forcible removal from society and put into mandatory rehabilitation programs that will cure them and give them skills to become productive members of society. They should not be put into any type of jail or prison unless they commit a crime. The programs should be rehabilitative and not punishment focused.

@95XT5B3 from Tennessee answered…5 days

Yes, but we should also have access to affordable social medicine.

@95VJH9M from North Carolina answered…1wk

No until there is a system in place that these people can always assure they have some form of insurance

@95VHWFG from Ohio answered…1wk

If healthcare is privatized, then companies shouldn’t be forced to have a financial burden. BUT I BELIEVE THAT THERE SHOULD BE UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE AND THAT THIS SHOUDNT BE AN EXISTING PROBLEM.

@95VHBRL from Ohio answered…1wk

Health insurers shouldn't exist since a single-payer system would eliminate the need for them.

@95TFDDQTranshumanist from Texas answered…1wk

No, insurers must cover 100% of all health care costs and cover everyone with no exceptions.

@95SJ2MKfrom Maine  answered…1wk

@95RRKDV from Virginia answered…1wk

Yes, providing that there is either a lapse in insurance coverage or the individual is seeking an upgrade to their level of coverage.

@95RM4YX from Texas answered…1wk

@95RFB7C from Georgia answered…1wk

It would be better to have universal health care so this is a non-issue.

@95R6CCX from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

No, with the volatility and costs of the current markets, a brief gap can allow insurance companies to refuse coverage unfairly.

@95QR33WConstitution from California answered…1wk

No, but the government should not be involved in anything involving medical status.

@95QFLYK from Washington D.C. answered…1wk

Yes, Insuring people with pre-existing conditions does drive up the costs for everyone, depending on the severity of the condition or combination thereof, insurance companies should be able to determine whether to insure individuals.

@95PR4BWRepublican from Utah answered…2wks

No, however, those with personal preventable pre-existing conditions.

@95PLY9X from Virginia answered…2wks

@95NWS4G from Washington answered…2wks

No, if the person is reaching out to the insurers for help due to not being able to pay then they have no right to deny.

@95NKFZR from Washington answered…2wks

Yes, but individuals with certain pre-existing conditions should be covered by government plan

@95M8DXB from Ohio answered…2wks

@95L3J33 from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@95KS5LT from California answered…2wks

@95KGSDTLibertarian from North Carolina answered…2wks

@95H44FVLibertarian from Louisiana answered…2wks

No, but charging people with pre-existing conditions a higher rate would be permissible

@95GT3JRLibertarian from Michigan answered…3wks

No, but insurers should have the right to have special tiers for these individuals

@95GRCJX from New Jersey answered…3wks

No, it is immoral to deny health insurance to people with pre-existing conditions, and funding should be increased to allow individuals with pre-existing conditions to more easily find health insurance.

@95G6G7H from Michigan answered…3wks

No, but they must pay the extra cost they create because of their pre-existing conditions

@95FTYG2 from Michigan answered…3wks

Yes, but health insurance shouldn't be treated as a subscription service that de facto gates access to the entire marketplace for all but the richest people.

@95FM7X5 from Mississippi answered…3wks

If it is a federal requirement for everyone to have health insurance, then nobody should be denied.

@95DMGN3 from Texas answered…3wks

No, insurers must have a plan to accommodate everyone; however, they should be allowed to charge higher premiums for particular diseases. The money spent on those higher premiums would not be counted as taxable income.

@95BNVM7 from Texas answered…3wks

Yes!! As long as the government provides information on which health insurers deny coverage to encourage the free market to care for those individuals seeking care for their specific needs

@9582YFKConstitution from Florida answered…3wks

While the government should not be involved in health insurance, since health insurance is subsidized, the Feds now have the right to dictate their conditions.

@957CBQPLibertarian from Maryland answered…3wks


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