It seems the law of unintended consequences has hit yet again.
The major types of coverage for children — employer plans and government programs — are not be affected by the disruption. But a subset of policies — those that cover children as individuals — may run into problems. Even so, insurers are not canceling children’s coverage already issued, but refusing to write new policies.
Why can’t our legislators learn? Haven’t they any grey matter at all?
(Sorry. I knew the answer yet posed the questions anyway.)