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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.–National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices (NAPSLO) members have to step up within their own firms and talk to people about the importance of the association’s political action committee (PAC), a member of the board of directors said yesterday morning.

Responding to a question from the floor at NAPSLO’s town hall meeting about how the PAC, called NAPSLO PAC, is raising money and what its aspirations are, Kevin Westrope–CEO and president of wholesale brokerage Westrope, based in Kansas City–said the amount of money raised pales in comparison to the amount needed to make the PAC relevant in Washington, D.C.

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