As legislators work to craft a final health care reform bill, insurers are seeking to stop inclusion of a provision that would eliminate industry antitrust exemptions created by the McCarran-Ferguson Act.
The House health care reform bill contains a partial repeal of McCarran-Ferguson for health and medical liability insurers, but the Senate version does not. Industry associations are lobbying to ensure such a repeal does not make it into the final version.
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