“If people can get coverage…for just the conditions they might need, wouldn’t that actually mean more people are insured?” the moderator asked.
Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff was called out by a debate moderator on Thursday for his position on healthcare.
The moderator pointed out to Ossoff that if people could get coverage for just conditions they need, it would mean more people would be insured because more people would opt in to the exchanges.
“There are more than 328,000 Georgians with pre-existing conditions in the Sixth District alone,” Ossoff explained.
The debate moderator at this point felt the need to interject: “If people can get coverage, especially [if] young people could get coverage for just the conditions they might need, wouldn’t that actually mean more people are insured?”
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