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An influential lawmaker pushing the nation’s insurance commissioners to open up their locked-door executive sessions suggested today that states might seek a cut of the revenue generated by sharing data via the regulators’ national organization.

Rhode Island State Rep. Brian Kennedy, D-Hopkinton, vice president of the National Conference of Insurance Legislators, on June 1 sent out a letter to states’ legislators discussing the open meetings issue and calling on them to consider action to stop closed sessions conducted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

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