NM Legislature Passes Preexisting Conditions Bill, Limits Short-Term Plans

By Ariel Cohen / March 15, 2019 at 6:46 PM
The New Mexico state legislature closed its 2019 session on Friday (March 15) by passing a bill to ensure state insurers protect people with preexisting conditions in the face of challenges to the Affordable Care Act. Also, the day before the session ended, the legislature passed a bill to restrict the sale of short-term plans, defining them as nonrenewable and stating they should last no more than three months. The New Mexico House overwhelmingly passed the bill to guarantee coverage...

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