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- Six months after enactment, insurance companies can no longer deny children coverage based on a preexisting condition.
- Starting in 2014, insurance companies cannot deny coverage to anyone with preexisting conditions.
- Effective six months after enactment, insurance companies must allow dependents up to age 26 to remain covered on their parents’ insurance plans.