The Department of Health and Human Services is making available a $1 million grant to each state and the District of Columbia to create and strengthen their health insurance rate review processes.

The $51 million in available grants is the first round of a $250 million grant program over five years that is authorized under the health care reform law, or Affordable Care Act. To receive funds, a state must submit a plan for how it will use the grant to develop or enhance its process of reviewing and approving, disapproving, or modifying health insurance premium requests.

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