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Managers of Connect for Health Colorado reported that 37 percent of their submitted 2015 enrollments were coming in through brokers. AP Photo/Brennan Linsley

Jeff Miles says health insurance agents and brokers should talk to antitrust lawyers and find out what they can do about the recent wave of compensation cuts, rather than sitting still and assuming that they can’t do anything.

Miles, a former president of the California Association of Health Underwriters who sells coverage mainly in group market, says reports about insurers responding to concerns about the individual medical business by suddenly slashing commissions have concerned him and colleagues.

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