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Beginning in 2011, insurance companies have to spend 80% to 85% of premiums on medical care instead of toward their own profits and overhead costs, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.


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This **** is never gonna end.
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Ya cant take candy away from the baby.....:down:
 

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You can not cover more for less... and offer the same quality of care.
 

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Comical.....

I thought the libs cried that the evil health care lobbyists wrote the health care reform bill???? :laughing:

This is old news. ;) Two ways it will/could be accomplished-cut overhead (jobs) or increase premiums to increase the proportionate benefits/costs ratio. So we fire people or raise premiums? What shall we do? Where's the benefit to the consumer!

The Gubmint knows best! :nuts:
 

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The government don't do anything, good. Everything they get involved in is a clusterfuck. I used to think they were good with military, but after the cavemen have held them at bay for 9 years, I think that our military has finally become just another government bureaucracy.

But, they had to do something, right? :laughing: :crazy:
 
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