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STATE OF MAINE
On March 27, 2000, Consumers for Affordable Health Care (hereinafter, "CAHC") filed a request for clarification of the Superintendents Order on Anthems and BCBSMEs Objections to Intervenors Designation of Issues, dated March 22, 2000. CAHC requests the Superintendent to clarify the ruling sustaining Applicants objections to CAHCs designation of issues numbered 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
The Superintendent has reviewed the rulings from the March 22nd Order, and provides clarification on certain of CAHCs designation of issues as follows:
1. Issues Not Before the Superintendent. The Superintendent clarifies that the following subject matter identified by CAHC is not properly before the Superintendent for consideration in this proceeding:
As stated in the March 22nd Order, the Superintendent considers CAHCs designation of the above-identified issues and subparts to be "repetitive," "overly broad," and/or "incomplete." While the subject matter of those issues and subparts is properly before the Superintendent for consideration in this proceeding, CAHC is instructed to be specific, precise and narrow in its exploration of those issues and subparts at hearing.
PER ORDER OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE
DATED: March ___, 2000
ALESSANDRO A. IUPPA
Superintendent of Insurance
Last Updated: January 21, 2014
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