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Insurance, similar to other financial products like stocks, bonds, or annuities, has almost always been an optional purchase. No law has really ever obligated anyone in the United States to purchase insurance (until the Affordable Care Act). Surprisingly, up until now, there’d been quite a bit of freedom in the U.S. about your right to buy or not buy insurance.Read More
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