$167M in Health Insurance Rebates Flow into Texans' Pockets

A provision of the Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to return a portion of the premiums if they spend less than 80 percent on medical care. Texans received $166.9 million in rebates, more than residents of any other state.
August 14, 2012

A provision of the Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to return a portion of the premiums if they spend less than 80 percent on medical care. Texans received $166.9 million in rebates, more than residents of any other state.

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