Maternity insurance is scarce and expensive for many Californians

Health insurers are not required to provide maternity benefits to those who buy their own insurance, leaving tens of thousands with limited options in a state where the average cost of delivering a baby is nearly $13,000. Before Joanna Joshua and Kyle Winning started a family, they hunted for health insurance to cover the increasingly high cost of having a baby. [read more at source]

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