Maine lawmakers consider expanding coverage for autism treatment

01/20/2014 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

Currently, insurance firms in Maine are required to cover autism treatment for children aged 5 and younger, but lawmakers are considering a bill that would raise the age to 21. The bill, introduced by Sen. Colleen Lachowicz, D-Waterville, would result in higher monthly insurance premiums and cost the state an estimated $742,000 a year.

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