However, one thing I started to realize as I went through the list of prohibitions against funding, is that none of this changes the actual law. For instance, one rider:
Prohibits funds to carry out the medical loss ratio restrictions in the health care reform law. These provisions require insurers to spend at least a certain percent of their premium revenues on medical care.But they haven't repealed the Health Care bill at all. And if this goes through and then the medical loss ratio restrictions are phased in - a court will have to do the work on a case by case basis. Because it's still the law, right? Am I crazy?
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