Mich. House Okays Ethics-related Health Insurance Bills

April 28, 2006

  • April 28, 2006 at 3:02 am
    Chris says:
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    You know, with all of the issues that Michigan is facing as a state, I can\’t imagine how something like this became a priority, especially since it is guaranteed to create litigation.

    What about an organization that doesn\’t believe in sex outside of marriage? If they cover pregnancies for married persons, can they turn around and deny claims for unmariied persons who get pregnant?

    Or a self-insured organization that adheres to the philosophy that non-whites are inferior? Can they refuse to offer coverage to their non-white employees (assuming they have any)?

    Was anyone really thinking when they proposed this?

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