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A part of the national health care reform law that took effect Sept. 23 allows a parent to include their children on their plans until they are age 26.
It is one of several provisions that began six months after the law was passed.
Most health plans that offer dependent coverage now must permit parents to include young adult children up to age 26. The measure takes effect on the first day of a policy’s new plan year.
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