House & Senate Healthcare Bills Set To Make Married Couples Pay More Than Domestic Partners

January 7, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ For those looking for another reason to forego nuptials, they can use the U.S. House and Senate pending healthcare bills as an excuse. Married couples, depending on their income, could pay significantly more than their unmarried counterparts once health insurance is overhauled.

Democrats say this unfortunate necessity in the healthcare legislation was enacted to make the bill as equitable as possible to all citizens, but once passed, it’s sure to be a lightning rod of political discourse.

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