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Signage for the National Rifle Association (Photo: Aaron M. Sprecher/Bloomberg) Signage for the National Rifle Association (Photo: Aaron M. Sprecher/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — A judge ordered the National Rifle Association to provide the names of Lloyd’s of London agents or employees who the gun rights group says have information backing its claim that New York’s insurance regulator bullied the company into severing ties with the NRA.

Maria Vullo, who led the Department of Financial Services from 2016 to 2019, is “entitled to know the names of those people” if they are going to be held out by the NRA as key witnesses to the alleged “backroom exhortations” at the center of the case, U.S. Magistrate Judge Christian Hummel said at a Wednesday hearing in Albany, according to a court transcript.


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