State government closely regulates insurance companies. The state, however, can exempt its own health insurance dealings from those regulations. That exemption could have significant consequences for consumers. The state requires health insurance policies to feature networks to provide the wide range of medical services a policyholder might require. This year’s proposal left that out. It would not have to be available on the state’s Affordable Care Act exchange, Access Health CT, where consumers could compare it to other options.



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