The Maine Bureau of Insurance has called on state legislators to approve creation of a fraud unit within the bureau that it says will fill a law enforcement gap.

In a recent report to the Legislature’s Insurance and Financial Services Committee, the bureau concluded the creation of a fraud unit is feasible. The report recommends establishing a three- person unit that would work in coordination with the office of the attorney general to investigate possible instances of fraud for prosecution.

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