CLEVELAND - As it stands now, the new U.S. house-approved health care bill, currently on its way to the Senate, could penalize you for having pre-existing conditions such as these and the concerns don't stop there.
There’s a lot of worry in Northeast Ohio and for good reason. More than 100,000 people in Cuyahoga County alone rely on Medicaid. That program, under the current proposal, would see $880 billion in cuts. Even those with private health insurance are now also at risk.