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According to Hartford Business online, the Connecticut State Government is debating on passing a bill which will mandate expanded coverage for more than six medical conditions. Such mandates would add approximately 3% to total premiums, according to insurance experts.

The six medical condition mandates for the new proposal include: ostomy-related supplies, prosthetic devices, hearing aids for children and wigs for patients who experience hair loss due to medical conditions. These mandates would cover what is typically paid for out of pocket, therefore increasing premium costs.

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