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Association Health Plan Legislation 'A License to Steal,' Georgetown Study Warns
ConsumerAffairs.comLink to more items from this source
July 21, 2005
Excerpt: Congress is currently considering legislation to create federal association health plans (AHP) that would allow small businesses to purchase health insurance for their employees as a group. But a study by the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute warns the benefit to small businesses would be more than offset by the worsening problem of health insurance scams.

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