A woman who was left with $60,000 in medical bills when her husband died two weeks ago described a new law banning insurance caps as an “wonderful epitaph” for him. Theresa D’Andreais facing a staggering debt left when her husband, Rocky, surpassed his $250,000 lifetime cap. She says they didn’t know the difference between a lifetime and annual caps, and assumed they had adequate insurance through his employer. Her plight was acknowledged last week by President Barack Obama,who singled her out during his health care address at the PortlandExpo. On Tuesday, D’Andrea joined Governor John Baldacci for a ceremonialsigning of the bill in Augusta. The state law goes into effect onJanaury 1st.