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Sen. Warner Proposes Targeted Improvements to Healthcare Law

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) introduced legislation on March 27 to create a new, lower-cost health coverage option for consumers under the Affordable Care Act...
April 2, 2014

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) introduced legislation on March 27 to create a new, lower-cost health coverage option for consumers under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). His proposed Copper plans would provide a lower-cost, higher-deductible option for consumers, while also covering the ACA’s essential health benefits and consumer protections. Warner has also proposed legislation to direct state insurance commissioners to work together to design an effective model to enable insurers to provide coverage across state boundaries.

Sen. Warner said he remains committed to working for responsible improvements to the ACA to help people secure affordable healthcare coverage, while preventing insurers from denying coverage because of pre-existing health conditions, charging women more than men or dropping someone’s coverage when they get sick.

Sen. Warner Proposes Targeted Improvements to ACA (Augusta,VA Free Press 3/27/14)

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