How state laws treat sexual assault, pre-existing conditions
An early wave of stories inaccurately suggested the House GOP health care bill would allow rape and sexual assault to be treated as pre-existing conditions. Those stories have been thoroughly debunked. Even with the House bill's state waivers, most states, we were told, have their own laws preventing sexual assault from being treated as a pre-existing condition.
Turns out that many of those laws are so vague that they probably wouldn't settle the issue.
Data: FiscalNote research; Map: Andrew Witherspoon / Axios