By Kathy von Mosch
White Salmon 

Catch up on the ACA


To the Editor:

When Congress passed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010, many of us had questions about how health insurance coverage would be changing. Since open enrollment began in 2013, we now have some answers, but, maybe, more questions.

For example: have those people with pre-existing conditions been able to get good medical coverage at the same prices as you and me? Has the coverage of those up to age 26 on their parents policies worked out? Have hospitals been just as swamped in their emergency rooms as before? Are more ordinary working folks, many who went without health insurance for years, now breathing a sigh of relief, and making basic health visits to their doctor? Is the...

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