How would health insurance businesses be able to stay viable if the Senate bill is passed?

As I understand it, the bill forces all Americans to have health insurance. However, I think that the fine for having no health insurance is around $750. But after the year 2014, health insurance companies will not be able to turn customers away for preexisting conditions. Why wouldnt someone pay the fine or buy low end coverage until they got ill and supplement the coverage or buy an extensive plan?

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3 Responses to “How would health insurance businesses be able to stay viable if the Senate bill is passed?”

  1. danrathersatitagain said:

    In the end, hundreds of thousands of current insurance company employees will be looking for work.

  2. Jman said:

    Yes.Look at Canada they have government healthcare but it SUCKS! Canadians come down here to the U.S. for healthcare instead.So screw the bill!

  3. Trapped In The USA said:

    i htought the main reason of living in a society was to help each other out, am i wrong?




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