Adults shouldn't be allowed to stay on parents' health plans

Full story: Statesman Journal
The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee health care bill includes a provision that would allow parents to keep their children as dependents on their health care policies until age 26. Full Story

Since: Feb 09

United States

#1 Nov 8, 2009
Why not? If something happened to them between college and finding a job that provides benefits, who do you think would emd up paying? Dad and Mom. Been there, it's a scary time.
Thomaspaine

Woburn, MA

#2 Nov 8, 2009
Anyone who thinks people in their 20's shouldn't be able to stay on their parents insurance is a moron as far as I'm concerned. Families pay extra money for these policies so what business is it of anybody else? In addition, the point made by sigrid is exactly correct. When uninsured individuals get sick we all have to pay. Better that they have insurance.

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