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Insurers call halt, get state warning

New policies stopped in disputed category; Regulators demand resumption by Friday

TOUGH ROAD AHEAD 'We’re in limbo until the issue gets resolved,' said Lora Pellegrini, president of the Mass. Association of Health Plans. TOUGH ROAD AHEAD
"We’re in limbo until the issue gets resolved," said Lora Pellegrini, president of the Mass. Association of Health Plans.
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / April 7, 2010

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The standoff between Massachusetts regulators and health insurance companies intensified yesterday, as most insurers stopped offering new coverage to small businesses and individuals, and state officials demanded that the insurers post updated rates online and resume offering policies by Friday. (Full article: 884 words)

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