The president of Californias Anthem Blue Cross.

Calif.’s Anthem Blue Cross president resigns following sharp criticism of rate increases The LA Times: Leslie Margolin, the president of California’s Anthem Blue Cross, is resigning . Anthem’s rates became a national symbol of insurer excesses, and the company canceled the hikes in April after miscalculations had been uncovered in its submitting . The Associated Press: Kristin Binns, a spokeswoman for Anthem Blue Cross’ parent company, Wellpoint Inc., added that Margolin’s resignation ‘can be not in any way related to the average person rate filing in California.’.


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