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May 31st, 2013 Insurance

No, not those Exchanges. These Exchanges:

Students at [University of Illinois Chicago] covered by the school’s health insurance will have an added benefit come the fall: sex change surgery.”

We’ve long dismissed student health plans as poor values, but we never expected this turn of events.

One presumes that Ms Shecantbeserious is eying this development with a gleam in her eye….

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