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In a Dec. 12 order, Washington’s insurance commissioner told a Centene unit to stop selling 2018 plans after receiving about 100 consumer complaints about a lack of doctors in Centene’s network. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Centene Corp. will be allowed to resume selling health insurance plans in Washington state, three days after regulators ordered a halt, saying the company failed to cover enough doctors and other care providers.

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