Health insurers are facing a new regulatory reality today, as several key provisions of the Affordable Care Act are now law.

One new stricture is a ban on exclusions to children under 19 due to pre-existing conditions. Henceforth, insurers cannot limit or deny benefits or coverage to applicants that developed medical issue prior to joining the plan. Moreover, these protections will be extended to Americans of all ages starting in 2014.

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