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Two key state legislators who are demanding that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners end locked-door proceedings managed to get by a security guard last week and secure admittance to part of a closed NAIC executive session.

The confrontation here at the NAIC quarterly meeting involved Rhode Island State Rep. Brian Kennedy, D-Hopkinton, who is vice president and president-elect of the National Conference of Insurance Legislators, and Kentucky State Rep. Robert Damron, D-Jessamine, NCOIL’s treasurer.

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