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Can a parent remove a child with a pre-existing disease from their medical insurance before the age of 26?

Question Details: My girlfriend is currently having issues with her biological dad and step-mother. The stepmother has told the daughter that she will be removed from her insurance at time of her college graduation. That's less than 2 months away. She is of the age of 22 and is a type 1 diabetic. The state says a child won't be removed until the age of 26. Can they legally remove her that early?

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