Thank you! Haha someone understands my confusion
I'll get to reading it It's massive! You are passionate indeed
On to the OP lets try a different tactic here. Lets list the things we agree with.
Ill start by saying I agree that preexisting conditions should not disqualify you from insurance.
My step sister was just starting a new job. And benefits would not become available for 90 days then she could get insurance. She was picnicking in Minnesota and afterwards saw a discoloration around a spot on her leg. A few days later the leg became soar and she became somewhat ill. She went to a clinic and was told the spot on her leg was from a tick and she was diagnosed with lymes Disease. She became very ill with pain as she moved and lost her job. She tried getting medical from the state as she was now unemployed and was told due to her recent diagnosis she is now considered to have a preexisting condition and for whatever reason was denied insurance. This seemed odd to me. She called up in tears not knowing what to do. She easily could have died. She was lucky though she found a doctor willing to take her in at no charge. This doctor was specializing in lymes disease and was starting a practice in the twin cities. My sister was lucky. For two months she was told nothing could be done and no one would even look at her. Essentially they were saying please just die quietly your not insured. She wanted to be though and to me this is an important part of this legislation.
Thats.. just awful! I'm so glad that doctor saw her free of charge! What a wonderful man!