Two of California's biggest health insurance companies have cut back on hefty increases in rates. Blue Shield says it wants to make coverage affordable during tough economic times. But it also turns out that tough times force customers to switch to cheaper policies and go to doctors less often, reducing company payouts. We talk with the new state insurance commissioner and others. On this first anniversary of President Obama's healthcare reform, is it helping or hurting Californians? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, are revolutions transforming the Middle East?
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