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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of grandfather.

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  • "First, if you have a health insurance plan that you think works for you, under these bills, it's going to be what we call grandfathered, meaning that you can keep it," DeParle said.

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  • If plaintiffs 'argument were accepted, then anyone could market a drug that was on the market prior to 1938 and claim it was "grandfathered" - and thus avoid FDA approval.

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  • Aside from the conscience clause, the only other major exemption is for so-called "grandfathered" plans, many of which are offered by large employers.

    Federal health department approves free birth control

  • Aside from the conscience clause, the only other major exemption is for so-called "grandfathered" plans, many of which are offered by large employers.

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  • Aside from the conscience clause, the only other major exemption is for so-called "grandfathered" plans, many of which are offered by large employers.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Aside from the conscience clause, the only other major exemption is for so-called "grandfathered" plans, many of which are offered by large employers.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Aside from the conscience clause, the only other major exemption is for so-called "grandfathered" plans, many of which are offered by large employers.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Aside from the conscience clause, the only other major exemption is for so-called "grandfathered" plans, many of which are offered by large employers.

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  • Notably, he includes stronger consumer protections for so-called grandfathered plans -- employment-based plans existing at the time the law takes effect (which would have been only weakly regulated under the Senate bill).

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  • Notably, he includes stronger consumer protections for so-called grandfathered plans -- employment-based plans existing at the time the law takes effect (which would have been only weakly regulated under the Senate bill).

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