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Some health insurance is better than none—right? Wrong. Insurers like Aetna and Cigna are fooling desperate families with that line as they peddle low-cost so-called “limited benefits” plans which can turn out to cause more trouble and sorrow than having no plan at all. New Haven’s Henry Fernandez, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, smokes out the scam. Click here to read his column about it.