Families support Ohio bill to mandate autism coverage

03/2/2009 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

The families of children with autism hope legislators will pass a bill requiring insurance companies to cover autism diagnoses and treatment after a similar bill failed last year. "We are drowning," said Rhonda Jenkins, whose 4-year-old son has autism. "We're definitely living paycheck to paycheck and robbing Peter to pay Paul sometimes."

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