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North Dakota State Rep. George Keiser has written his attorney general seeking an opinion on the legality of state insurance regulators participating in National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ meetings that bar the public.

The Republican representative from Bismarck asked Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem for an opinion as to whether or not Insurance Commissioner Jim Poolman’s participation in an NAIC executive session on policy or regulatory issues is a violation of North Dakota’s open record law.

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