PUBLISHED ON: June 14, 2010
In 1945, FDR died, the U.S. bombed Hiroshima, World War II ended, and Congress passed a law that exempted the insurance industry from federal antitrust laws.
Much of the world has changed since then. But one thing that remains is the McCarran-Ferguson Act that created that antitrust exemption.
Read the full article: Leveling the playing field - Goodbye to the health insurance antitrust exemption