The rescission practices of Blue Cross of California continue to attract attention from various sources.  Yesterday the L.A. Times had an article reporting that the L.A. City Attorney's office will require the insurer to present information substantiating statements the company made last month that it had revised its company procedures relating to rescission.  The letter indicated that if Blue Cross's statements about revising company practices were untrue, the company could be subject to charges of deceptive advertising. 

The heat on Blue Cross isn't letting up. 

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