With the fate of the larger health care bill in question, legislators are pressing ahead with stand-alone legislation that would remove anti-trust protections for health and medical liability insurers.

Reps. Betsy Markey (D — Colo.) and Congressman Tom Perriello (D – Va.) announced that they will introduce legislation this week that will repeal sections of the McCarran–Ferguson Act.

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