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A deeply divided plenary body of the NAIC passed a contentious resolution backed by health insurers and agents but not consumer groups late Tuesday that urges the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to take “whatever immediate actions are available” to it to release agents and brokers from medical loss ratio (MLR) strictures enacted under the 2010 health care reform act.

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