In June, when the U.S. Treasury released guidelines for policies related to “excessive or luxury expenditures” — including meetings — at companies that had received funding under the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP, companies that received no TARP cash may have assumed they'd be free from government scrutiny. Bad assumption. On August 17, with the healthcare debate in full flower, more than 50 insurance companies (only one of them a TARP recipient) received a letter from Sen. Henry ...

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