President Obama had health insurers squarely in his crosshairs while addressing health care reform in New Hampshire. Referring to “health insurance reform,” Obama proposed a bevy of new strictures under which insurers would operate, including removing caps on coverage and requiring coverage of preventive care.

“Under the reform we're proposing, insurance companies will be prohibited from denying coverage because of a person's medical history,” he said. “Period.  They will not be able to drop your coverage if you get sick.”  

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