A number of insurers have stopped paying contingency fees toagents and brokers under settlements of bid-rigging charges withstate attorneys general. But should AGs have the right to restrictbehavior nationwide in deals struck on behalf of their ownjurisdictions, asks NU Editor In Chief Sam Friedman in his blogtoday at www.property-casualty.com.

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