Autism advocates react to legislative victory

    Legislation that would mandate health insurance coverage for Pennsylvania children with autism is poised to become law. One of the state’s major autism advocacy groups has been arguing against insurance discrimination and sees this as a step in the right direction. From the Capitol in Harrisburg, WHYY’s Taunya English reports.

    Legislation that would mandate health insurance coverage for Pennsylvania children with autism is poised to become law. One of the state’s major autism advocacy groups has been arguing against insurance discrimination and sees this as a step in the right direction. From the Capitol in Harrisburg, WHYY’s Taunya English reports.

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