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Excess Reserves Help Slow the Rise in Health Care Costs for Federal Employees
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Sept. 20, 2006
Excerpt: Officials said they substantially slowed the rise in 2007 insurance rates by dipping into excess financial reserves of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, which provides about $33 billion in health-care benefits annually. They said the reserves had increased in recent months because insurance claims and other expenses had not grown as fast as estimated.

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