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Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., failed to win a commitment from federal and state insurance regulators for regulations imposing tight control on administrative costs in health care insurance premiums.

At an appearance before the Alliance for Health Reform, a group funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation–and of which Sen. Rockefeller is a charter member–Sen. Rockefeller made clear he would renew the battle for a public option if the so-called medical loss ratio (MLR) is watered down.

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