Wis. bill would restrict dental-insurance contracts

The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a bill that would prevent dental-insurance companies from setting rates for services that are not covered. Some policies set maximum rates that dentists may charge for certain services although those services are not covered under the plans. The state's largest business lobby opposed the bill.

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