Here is the story from the Detroit News. BCBS of Michigan was looking for a 31% increase ($33/month). The administrative law judge ruled for a 3.8% increase ($4/month). BCBS of Michigan has 210,000 Medigap members on this plan. The difference $29/month times 12 months times 210,000 policyholders means an annual difference of $73 million.
BCBS of Michigan can appeal the ruling. The Michigan Insurance Commissioner, Ken Ross, will make the final determination in early December.
I also found this story here. These numbers make a little more sense in calculating the $85 million in savings that the Michigan attorney general references. . .