Tell the federal government to preserve the consent decree!

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The Department of Justice has recently proposed repealing a 1963 consent decree entered with major auto insurance groups to keep them from gaming the collision repair process. The Consent Decree essentially states that three insurance trade associations and their members (more than 250 at the time) agreed to forever refrain from several practices, including setting prices and steering. The termination or elimination of the Consent Decree could have a devastating effect on the collision industry. The DOJ has set a deadline of October 2 for interested parties to provide public comment on the proposal. The collision industry needs to act fast to tell the DOJ why the 1963 Consent Decree should not be terminated. 

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