The Bush administration may have rocked the insurance world last week by including optional federal charters for insurance companies, agents and brokers in its proposed overhaul of financial services regulation, but getting its sweeping reform package through Congress will be “difficult,” the blueprint’s architect says.

Indeed, the Treasury Department report detailing the administration’s call for an historic regulatory reorganization conceded that a “difficult and ongoing” debate lies ahead to secure congressional approval.

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