The saying “it ain’t over till it’s over” may well apply to the ongoing discussion over anticompetitive behavior by insurance companies.

This week, Reps. Gene Taylor, D-Miss., and Peter DeFazio D-Ore., introduced H.R. 1583, the Insurance Industry Competition Act, which would repeal the McCarron-Ferguson Act and grant the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission the legal authority to apply antitrust laws to insurers’ anticompetitive behavior.

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