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Two health insurers ordered to use ’09 rates

Firms say they’ll comply but forge ahead with appeals

By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / April 22, 2010

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A Suffolk Superior Court judge yesterday ordered two of the state’s largest health insurers to submit April 2009 rates for insurance covering individuals and small businesses, the latest development in an ongoing dispute between the state and carriers over premium increases. Both companies said they would comply, even as they proceed with administrative appeals in an effort to charge higher ... (Full article: 523 words)

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