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Insurers offer concession on premiums

By Sally Cragin
Globe Correspondent / May 6, 2009

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WASHINGTON - The health insurance industry offered yesterday to end its practice of charging higher premiums to women if all Americans are required to get coverage, its latest concession as it tries to head off creation of a government insurance plan that would directly compete with private insurers. (Full article: 215 words)

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