Michigan AG, Blue Cross agree to rate hike for 163,000
Detroit Free Press, August 7, 2009
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has reached agreement with Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox to lower its request to raise rates for 163,000 people who buy their own health insurance. But the company and Cox could not reach agreement about a 31% rate hike that affects 210,000 seniors with supplemental Medicare plans.
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