I am thinking maybe my workplace healthcare coordinator, but I don't know. That would be more if the insurance company was the problem. I'm sure the corporation that took over doesn't GAS. Maybe just state regulators or attorney general. Shirley it will fall on deaf ears, but it just isn't right, dammit, that a healthcare company takes over another and doubles the prices.
OK, here is one answer from Uncle Google.
OK, not surprisingly, the takeaway from that story is don't bother, you can;t beat the system. Take your lumps and pay your bills, no matter how high handed they may be. The High Handed Act of 2020.
The High Handed Code as ammended in 1912 states, "If the party of the first part digs a well cutting off the water of the party of the second part, the water becomes the property of the party of the first part and the party of the second part is hereby deemed 'not to have a leg to stand on'"
The Stupid and Ridiculous Law of 1966, which ammended The High Handed Code as ammended in 1912 states, "Anyone monkeying with the aforesaid section, which deals with one fellow drilling and the other fellow being out of luck, will be subject to a $500.00 fine and two years imprisonment, or both."