By Sam Baker and Elise Viebeck - 10/03/12 10:48 PM EDT
Meh: Efforts to sell health insurance across state lines haven't made much of an impact or galvanized much popular support, according to a new paper from researchers at Georgetown University. Only six states have passed laws to allow the sale of insurance policies from other states, and not a single insurance company has taken advantage of the expanded market, according to the research. Healthwatch has more.
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