States will receive $46 million in federal funds for use in providing rate reviews and approvals for rate increases.

All but a few states will receive $1 million each to require stricter rules for approving rate increases and clearer rate information for consumers and to promote stronger state legislation. The grants are the first round of a five-year, $250 million program, notes a Reuters report.

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