WASHINGTON -- The House Judiciary Committee voted to amend the insurance industry's current exemption from federal antitrust laws. The bill, H.R. 9, called the Insurance Competitive Pricing Act, was sent to the full House for a vote. nt of H.R. 9, introduced by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jack Brooks, D-Texas, has been a top legislative priority for the National Association of Retail Druggists. "The insurance industry's antitrust exemption has permitted the devaluation of ...

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