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How Health Care Law Affects Premium Rates - The Washington Post

Judge Strikes Down Montana Immigrant Law - ABC News

Some jurisdictions dont permit insurers to raise rates without state insurance department approval, while others require insurers to inform states of planned changes, which may be rejected retroactively. Some states have no authority over premium rate changes at all. Under the health law, the federal government reviews rate increasesin the handful of states that dont have an effective process in place. Insurers can impose increases larger than 10 percent, but they have to justify them.
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That means state officials would be making their own determination of immigration status, which should only be done by authorized federal agents, he said. "This is the crux of the problem with the enactment," Sherlock wrote in the order. Sherlock allowed one provision of the law to stand, saying it doesn't conflict with federal law.
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