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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Ray Crider
In a story Jan. 11 about health coverage for transgender people, The Associated Press misidentified the company that Kathy Born speaks for. Born is a spokeswoman for PacificSource Health Plans, not LifeWise.
Regulators in Oregon and California have quietly directed some health insurance companies to stop denying coverage for transgender patients because of their gender identity.
He finally got a double mastectomy, covered by insurance, a year ago, he said, but not before the binder he used to flatten his chest required several emergency room trips because it constricted his breathing.
"This was one of the most incredible things that could ever happen," Crider said, "to know that there's a state full of people who won't have to go through what I went through."