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Should state insurance regulators be able to ban unreasonable health insurance premium increases?

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Last answered 1 year ago

Healthcare Insurance Rate Increases Poll Results

Yes

68,174 votes

70%

No

29,018 votes

30%

Distribution of answers submitted by American voters.

2 Yes answers
2 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Healthcare Insurance Rate Increases

The 2014 Approval of Healthcare Insurance Rate Changes Initiative Statute will give California state insurance regulators the ability to reject "unreasonable" health insurance premium increases. If voters approve the measure, health insurance companies will have to present and justify their rate increases to the insurance commissioner, who has the authority to reject unreasonable increases. It is modeled after Proposition 103 which gives state regulators the power to reject unreasonable car insurance rates.  See recent insurance premium news

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