Repealing the insurance industry’s limited antitrust exemption would actually cause more harm than good for consumers, according to an analysis released last week at the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies’ annual convention.

“If policymakers repeal McCarran, consumers will suffer substantial negative consequences resulting from a combination of weakened competition in the insurance industry and a myriad of regulatory, legal and operational problems generating costs that consumers must ultimately bear,” the report said.

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