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In Hollywood, a movie sequel is seldom as compelling as the original. The same is true about the manufactured controversy regarding contingent commissions in insurance. The sequel to the 2004 brouhaha regarding contingents is now playing.

Although the original lead actor–New York’s former attorney general and governor, Eliot Spitzer–was not available for the sequel due to a poor performance in an unrelated X-rated venture, many of the same players from 2004 are involved. The script has been updated, but the tired story line is the same.

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