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If health insurers are hoping to keep Washington out of their industry, they’re going about it in a strange way.

A new report by health care activists shows that the nation’s five largest health insurers covered fewer people last year and still piled up combined profits that were 56 percent higher than the previous year. This is what prompts governments to regulate.

The soaring cost of health care is threatening to drive the American Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »