As congressional leaders look to reconcile competing versions of health care reform, the American Academy of Actuaries is reiterating its opposition to efforts to repeal to the antitrust protections insurers enjoy under the McCarran-Ferguson Act.
In a letter to minority and majority leaders in both houses, Kevin Bingham, chair of the association's medical professional liability subcommittee, charged repeal language contained in H.R. 3962, The Affordable Health Care for America Act, would lead to higher premiums.
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