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A crowded Senate calendar could delay passage of a federal surplus lines reform bill this year, which apparently would be just fine with some brokers, but a big loss in the eyes of others, a debate here revealed.

Surplus lines brokers generally support the intent of the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Act of 2007, which is to streamline regulation of excess and surplus lines transactions. But Ronald Gabor of Miami-based Gabor Insurance Services said he believes the bill is flawed.

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