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State lawmakers have been feisty this month. On Friday, I blogged about how one leading legislator challenged the National Association of Insurance Commissioners on whether its accreditation program usurped state authority. Today I spotlight a brewing controversy over whether state attorneys general went too far in negotiating settlements with insurance carriers over the payment of contingency fees to brokers that reverberated beyond their own borders.

(To access the full NU story by our own Steve Tuckey on this development, click here.)

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