Pa. Bill Would Create Health Insurance Consumer Advocate

Law360, Philadelphia (December 11, 2013, 3:55 PM EST) -- A legislator in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives introduced a bill on Tuesday that would establish a new consumer advocate post in the state’s Office of Attorney General to represent the interests of state residents dealing with regulatory or legal issues related to the rapidly evolving health insurance landscape.

Rep. Rob Matzie, D-Beaver, said the post was needed to ensure that the best interests of Pennsylvania residents are being represented as major changes in the health insurance industry take effect under the federal Affordable Care Act....
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