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Utah was among 22 states to pass laws or regulations to enforce an early provision of federal health reform mandating that health insurers cover all kids, even the sick ones. The rules succeeded in reviving childonly plans, a valuable product for cashstrapped parents who can't afford to cover themselves.
Passed law regarding child-only market New regulation regarding child-only market Subregulatory guidance regarding child-only market No ofﬁcial action regarding child-only market
District of Columbia
Note • Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Vermont required insurers to provide coverage to individuals prior to the Affordable Care Act and, thus, already prohibited the denial of coverage to children under age 19. Kentucky issued a regulatory order which is binding on all insurers marketing individual health insurance.
Source: The Commonwealth Fund
The Salt Lake Tribune