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UnitedHealth grew very big. Now, some lawmakers want to chop it down.

After becoming pregnant, Alexandra Day, a 31-year-old consultant living in South Carolina, sought out neonatal genetic testing that was covered in her health insurance policy. But her insurer, UnitedHealthcare, balked at paying for the December 2022 test, claiming there was no proof Day needed it, and billed her $3,900, according to documents reviewed by The Washington Post.


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