Groups say more Texans should be able to buy health insurance from small-group market
Dallas Morning News, July 7, 2008
Four public interest groups have unveiled a campaign to expand Texans' ability to buy private health insurance.The consumer and religious organizations said they hope to broaden a review of the Texas Department of Insurance's inner workings so lawmakers will consider several changes, such as giving mom-and-pop businesses more clout in the small-group health insurance market.
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