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D.C. exchange panel pans 'post-sale' appointment proposal

The advisory committee was not sure what to say about concerns about
The advisory committee was not sure what to say about concerns about "consumer steerage." (AP photo/AARP, Ad Council)

The exchange builders in the District of Columbia are wrestling with questions about how their Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) exchange should work with agents and brokers.

One question is whether an exchange should let licensed health insurance agents and brokers wait until they have actually sold an exchange policy from a particular insurer before getting an appointment with that insurer.

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