Maryland bills would increase accountability and oversight of insurers
Washington Post, March 9, 2009
As their constituents continue to face soaring premiums and out-of-pocket costs and policies that cover less, Maryland legislators have introduced bills that try to provide greater accountability and regulation of the insurance industry. Insurers appear open to some of the proposals, but they oppose others and say their profit margins are being squeezed by economic and competitive pressure.
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