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CT consumers due $12.9M in health insurance rebates

Connecticut health insurers will be delivering $12.9 million in rebates to individuals and employers in the state, thanks to a crucial new part of the federal health care reform law that requires insurers to spend a minimum percentage of premiums on medical care.
Under the Affordable Care Act, if an insurance company spends less than 80 percent of individual or small group market premiums on medical care and quality (or less than 85 percent in th ...

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