Baylor University Law School
A significant part of the health insurance debate which gripped the country during the first two years of President Clinton's administration focused on the critical shortage of employer-sponsored health insurance for disabled, br high risk, employees. Indeed, President Clinton's promise of universal access in connection with the promotion of his health care plan is apparently designed to ensure that the increasingly popular employer practice of excluding high risk employees becomes obsolete. In the meantime, while the merits of the Clinton plan and its competitors are debated, individuals like John McGann-working and insured--continue to discover that like their health, their insurance can disappear at any time.
Insurance Risk Classification After McGann: Managing Risk Efficiently in the Shadow of the ADA,
Baylor Law Review
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