A coalition of industry associations is working to scuttle an amendment to financial reform legislation that would strip health insurers of anti-trust protections currently enjoyed under the auspices of the McCarran-Ferguson Act.

In a letter to legislators, the group warned that the amendment authored by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D.-Vt.) would set a bad precedent and pave the way for all insurers losing their exemptions.

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