Terry Brewster, a construction worker, visits his primary care physician, Dr. Paul Cohen, at Little River Medical Center. Brewster, dealing with high blood pressure and arthritis, is among millions of people with pre-existing conditions who could face higher premiums if the GOP wins passage of a proposal to let individual insurers charge sick people more for coverage.
Terry Brewster, a construction worker, visits his primary care physician, Dr. Paul Cohen, at Little River Medical Center. Brewster, dealing with high blood pressure and arthritis, is among millions of people with pre-existing conditions who could face higher premiums if the GOP wins passage of a proposal to let individual insurers charge sick people more for coverage. Jason Lee McClatchy
Terry Brewster, a construction worker, visits his primary care physician, Dr. Paul Cohen, at Little River Medical Center. Brewster, dealing with high blood pressure and arthritis, is among millions of people with pre-existing conditions who could face higher premiums if the GOP wins passage of a proposal to let individual insurers charge sick people more for coverage. Jason Lee McClatchy

Revised GOP health bill could imperil coverage for sick plan members

May 01, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED May 01, 2017 02:06 PM

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