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March 02, 2005

Another Texas insurer slashes rates

This time it's the Doctor's Company, which is slashing rates an average of 14 percent following the state's enactment of limits on medical malpractice suits. Hey, that wasn't supposed to happen! (via MedPundit)(more).

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