Faced with the need to review insurance rates and enforce a panoply of new rights granted to consumers, states are scrambling to make sure they have the necessary legal authority to carry out the responsibilities being placed on them by the new health care law. Insurance commissioners in about half the states say they do not have clear authority to enforce consumer protection standards that take effect next month.
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