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In Health Law, a Clearer View of Coverage
New York Times

Ever since Thomas DeLorenzo was accepted to three law schools outside his home state of California, he has spent entire days on the phone with health insurers in other states, compiling information that he enters on a giant spreadsheet. Mr. DeLorenzo, who has AIDS, will lose his health coverage in California if he moves out of state. To replace it, he has found policies that seem to promise comprehensive coverage, but actually cover only catastrophic events like car crashes and major surgery.