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Jurassic Park: Rise of the Health Insurers | By Kim Bellard, June 26, 2015

If you want to see dinosaurs fighting, stalking, and even mating, you don't need to go see Jurassic World.  Just pick up the business pages and see what is going on with the big health insurers, who seem intent on getting even bigger. Whether anything actually comes of all the merger mania...click to continue

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Seven Numbers to Consider After The SCOTUS King v Burwell Decision

  1. 6.4 Million - the number of people whose subsidized coverage was at stake in the decision
  2. 6,470 - the number of words in the Chief Justice's Opinion (including footnotes)
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Source: MCOL Research

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