CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has vetoed legislation that would have compelled some health insurance companies to publish premiums, projected losses and coverage details.

The Republican governor said in his veto message the bill could create an unnecessary and potentially costly review process that would slow down the state's current rate review system.

Assembly Bill 309 would have created an advocacy office to oversee information posted on a state Department of Health & Human Services website.

It would also have required insurers to disclose financial data behind proposed rate increases or decreases.

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