WHY SHOULD THE SELF-INSURED BE IMMUNE?
In the article "Kids, shots, and drug research. Let's get some answers" (Top of the News, Feb. 15), you say: "Pennsylvania law requires underwriters to cover childhood shots." That's true--unless a company is self-insured in the Commonwealth of Pennyslvania. Is it fair that self-insured companies are exempt, when insurance carriers are being required to pick up these costs?
Clare M. Ott