Few benefits are more vulnerable than maternity coverage under the proposed bill, in a country where giving birth usually costs $10,000 if paid out of pocket

In 2011, when Corey Miller was getting ready to get married, she knew it wouldn’t be too long before she and her new husband would be ready to start a family. She made an offhand inquiry to her insurance company, and was floored to learn that her policy – which she purchased as an individual – wouldn’t offer her any maternity coverage.

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