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Federal lawmakers may cut a provision of proposed legislation that seeks to end the antitrust exemption for medical malpractice insurers afforded by the McCarran-Ferguson Act exemption, according to insurance industry sources.

Rep. Tom Perriello, D-Va., and Rep. Betsy Markey, D-Colo., announced the proposed bill at a press conference on Feb. 5, in anticipation of a House vote last week.

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