Law360, New York (January 5, 2017, 8:27 PM EST) -- Congressional Republicans looking to replace the Affordable Care Act are once again eyeing a plan to repeal antitrust immunity for health insurers, but experts say a new wave of enforcement would be unlikely even if the long-thwarted proposal passes on the back of a broader health care overhaul.
Lawmakers took their first votes Wednesday as they strive to undo the Obama administration's health care reform, something the incoming Congress and administration have vowed to make a top priority. Though the exact outlines of what the Republicans plan to do remain hazy, the conservative Republican Study Committee reintroduced one version Wednesday that...
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