NAIC Officials: GOP 'Third Phase' Bills Unlikely To See Votes In Senate
April 18, 2017
DENVER -- Bills passed recently by the House to promote association health plans and repeal the McCarran-Ferguson anti-trust exemption for health issuers are unlikely to move in the Senate, analysts with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) recently told state insurance regulators. The NAIC strongly opposes the association health plan bill because it would exempt those plans from state regulatory authority. NAIC also opposes repealing the McCarran-Ferguson anti-trust exemption. “We have been meeting with Senate committee staffers and we...
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