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Anthem gets Connecticut subpoena
Health insurer says state's attorney general probing dealings with brokers.
October 26, 2004: 10:03 AM EDT

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Health insurer Anthem Inc. said Tuesday it has received a subpoena from the Connecticut attorney general probing the company's dealings with its brokers.

The Indianapolis-based company said the attorney general is seeking information about broker commissions.

Merrill Lynch analyst Doug Simpson reported the probe in a research note this morning.  Top of page

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