The New York Times ran a story back in March about a woman who could not get health insurance even though she made $60,000. This story speaks of pre-existing conditions and the newest members of the uninsured club. It also explains some of the complexities in our system in real world ways. I’m always weary of single case stories, but the particulars of this story vividly detail the decisions more and more people are making because of a lack of health insurance. And how a lack of insurance can invade so many parts of your life. Take a look.