Legal Newsline reports that the Connecticut attorney general is unhappy with insurer Anthem and its contracts with local hospitals.
In Washington, D.C., former insurance commissioner Thomas Hampton's joined a local law firm.
Also in D.C., the health care debate rolls on: The NY Times reports on the difficulty of trying to merge the House and Senate bills.
In Florida, AAUG and affiliates were given a cease-and-desist order for allegedly selling unlicensed products there.
And here's a bonus round that admittedly has little to do with insurance: A new study ranked states by their residents' levels of happiness. Washington came in 36th. The happiest? Think Mardi Gras.
And the lowest? Well, we'll put it this way: You don't want to be in a New York state of mind.