Ohio bill would extend health insurance coverage

Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 31, 2008
A proposed bill unveiled by Ohio legislators would require insurance companies to offer coverage to dependents up to age 29 and create a pool of high-risk people whose insurance would be subsidized by the state. The legislation would also help small businesses provide coverage for workers through discounts on workers' compensation premiums.

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