NU Online News Service, Oct. 4, 2:59 p.m. EDT

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.–While the Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers is proud of the work it did for agents leading up to the health care reform law, the association’s chairman said work remains to be done to safeguard members’ interests.

Speaking during the CIAB’s 97th annual Insurance Leadership Forum held here this week, CIAB Chairman H. Wade Reece, the chairman and chief executive officer of BB&T Insurance Services Inc., said that despite some onerous measures in the health care bill, the CIAB lobbied on behalf of the insurance brokerage community and was able to remove measures that could have potentially harmed brokers’ relationships with their clients.

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