Michigan AG seeks hearing on planned Blue Cross rate hike
Detroit News, May 22, 2009
Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox is challenging rate hikes proposed by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan on nearly 200,000 senior customers who buy the insurer's Medigap plans. Cox filed a petition for a rate hearing with state insurance regulators to oppose the 31% increase, which could raise premiums on supplemental Medicare plans to as much as $140.29 a month for some.
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