U.S. Bill Would Apply Antitrust Law to Medical Insurers

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The Reuters news agency reports there is legislation introduced in the House and Senate that would at long last end the antitrust exemption for health insurance and medical malpractice insurance companies. This comes in the midst of a vigorous, to say the least, debate over health care reform and concerns about health premiums rising far faster than the rate of inflation. Here are excerpts from the article...

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