New York's new law requiring insurers to cover unmarried dependent children up to the age of 29 went into effect on Sept. 1, but insurers say there are still “serious issues to be worked out” with the Department of Insurance before such plans hit the marketplace.
Sweeping health-insurance law takes effect
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