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Colored game board pieces The proposal includes a “backstop” provision under which if the doctor thinks the benchmark reimbursement isn’t high enough, the or she can appeal to an arbitrator. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The House Energy and Commerce Committee Wednesday approved its version of legislation to curb surprise medical bills.


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