– While the lowest income Ohioans are slightly more likely to be affected by pre-existing conditions, more than two thirds of people with pre-existing conditions lead to a lead to a denial of are are middle class and higher-income ( online . These are people in families with incomes above 200 % of poverty , or more than $ 44,100. For a family of four in 2010.

.preexisting conditions million people are below the age of 65 – more than a quarter of non-elderly population is Ohio – More than one in four non-Elderly Ohioans Has a diagnosed pre-existing condition : report diagnosed pre-existing conditions that denial of denial of coverage in the individual health insurance market, according to a report released today by the consumer health organization families USA. They are among the 57.2 million people nationwide who could potentially face discriminatory health insurance practices.

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