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Blue Health insurers reach tentative antitrust settlement for $2.7 billion

By The Wall Street Journal  
   September 25, 2020

The Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance group has negotiated a tentative settlement in a sweeping antitrust suit filed on behalf of customers, according to people with knowledge of the matter, in a deal that would require a payout of around $2.7 billion and curtail practices that allegedly limited competition among its three dozen member-companies.

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