Feds Accuse Aetna, Humana of Trying to 'Derail' Antitrust Challenge

, The National Law Journal

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U.S. Justice Department lawyers, repudiating the misconduct allegations that Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc. raised in the government's blockbuster antitrust suit, accused attorneys for the health insurers of a "transparent" push to unravel the case before it’s ever presented to a judge.

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  • W.W. Mayo

    In their not-so-secret, never-ending quest for Single Payer, the craven Obammunists are determined to make it impossible for anyone to profit by providing state-of-the-art medical care. Noon on January 20 can‘t come soon enough.

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