The National Conference of Insurance Legislators delivered a one-two punch to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners last week, accusing state regulators of overstepping their bounds on the issues of meeting secrecy and accreditation standards.

In a letter to his NAIC counterpart, NCOIL President and Michigan State Sen. Alan Sanborn, R-Richmond, wrote that NCOIL “believes that the manner in which models are chosen as accreditation standards has been subtly degraded over the years–and perhaps, in a manner of speaking, when no one was looking.”

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