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Kennedy.jpgIs the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ accreditation program an infringement of state legislators’ turf? And even if it is, since the program to establish regulatory standards has been around for so long, why is the president-elect of the National Conference of Insurance Legislators–Brian Kennedy–raising a ruckus now?

Rep. Kennedy–a Rhode Island Democrat–challenged the NAIC’s accreditation program at the group’s recent quarterly meeting in New York, contending that a private association forcing states to adopt certain model laws or face denial of recognition by other jurisdictions wrongfully usurps legislative authority and autonomy.

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