The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, a national trade association with 1,000 member companies, was among those who testified against a New Jersey state legislative proposal that would require most insurance company employees to register as lobbyists. The proposal was put forth by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.

“This proposal would define as a lobbyist almost any insurance company employee involved in rating, public contracts, permits, bidding, or administration,” said Richard Stokes, regional manager for PCI at a hearing before the commission.

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