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State Bills Setting Specialty Tier Limits Await Health Reform Developments

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Legislation is pending in a number of states that would ban or set limits around the use of formulary specialty tiers in private insurance. However, most of the bills appear to be on hold pending implementation over the next six to eight months of new insurance requirements under the health reform law.

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