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  • noun Plural form of recission.

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Examples

  • The bar against pre-existing conditions and recissions is about having individual risk assessments or policy-wide (or society-wide) risk assessment.

    Only Rep. Frank could go kill health care rationing… - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • The ideas the president will endorse include adopting health insurance reform which would include a cap on end of life expenses, a ban on rejecting individuals based on pre-existing conditions, and an end to so-called "recissions" - in which insurance companies drop coverage after people get unexpected illnesses.

    Obama putting heavy imprint on big speech

  • We also did some rough calculations to compare the current GOP plan to the $16 billion in budget cuts known as recissions made by congressional Republicans in 1995.

    The Fact Checker: Obama's 'halfway' fixation with the budget

  • Then, the GOP pushed through $16 billion in cuts -- known as recissions -- from an existing budget that had been passed by the previous Democratic-led Congress.

    Democrats keep misleading on claimed budget 'cuts'

  • Then, the GOP pushed through $16 billion in cuts -- known as recissions -- from an existing budget that had been passed by the previous Democratic-led Congress.

    The Fact Checker: Democrats keep misleading on claimed budget 'cuts'

  • We also did some rough calculations to compare the current GOP plan to the $16 billion in budget cuts known as recissions made by congressional Republicans in 1995.

    Obama and the White House's 'halfway' fixation with the budget

  • After that, however, Republicans in the House say they plan to move on to offer a far more sweeping package of "recissions," or elimination of spending previously approved, that will aim to bring domestic spending back to where it was before Mr. Obama became president.

    Congress Targets Spending

  • To provide some goodies faster, Miller worked up a list of 14 changes that Americans will feel immediately, from banning lifetime insurance caps (where chronically ill patients lose their coverage) and outlawing "recissions" (where your policy gets canceled with no explanation), to new community health clinics and improvements in Medicare.

    Trigger Unhappy

  • These include doing away with lifetime caps on coverage and "recissions," a practice used by insurers to drop customers once they get sick.

    President Makes His Pitch

  • After that, however, Republicans in the House say they plan to move on to offer a far more sweeping package of "recissions," or elimination of spending previously approved, that will aim to bring domestic spending back to where it was before Mr. Obama became president.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

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