SPOTLIGHT: National reforms could protect domestic violence victims from health plan rejections

Right now, it's legal in eight states and the District of Columbia for insurers to refuse coverage to victims of domestic violence, a situation that troubles some federal legislators. This issue is becoming increasingly prominent in reform talks, with at least one health bill explicitly barring the practice. Article

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