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The Sunday Times has a piece about how health insurance companies are shifting their fight to a new terrain, the rule-making process for the new federal health care reform.

Click here to read the article, written by Robert Pear.

The legislation sets forth general requirements for the law, while the rules are ever-so-important because they are much more specific. For instance, one provision of the legislation forbids “unreasonable” premium rate increases, unless the insurer first submits justification to federal and state officials, but that term is left undefined. The rules that are later enacted will spell out what unreasonable means in more detail.

Hopefully, health insurance companies will not be able to strip consumer protections from the new law through their latest efforts.

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