Insurance gap prompts some to cut back on medicine

A new survey by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners indicates that some Americans are cutting back on their medication and doctor visits to save money because they cannot afford insurance. Many of them are self-employed or work for small businesses that cannot afford to offer insurance. Members of the National Federation of Independent Business say health insurance should be the top priority of the next president, says Ron Aldridge, NFIB/Mississippi.

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