The Blueprint for Regulatory Reform unveiled by U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson Jr. at the end of March revives a controversial proposal discussed three years ago in the aftermath of the Eliot Spitzer investigations into insurance industry practices: federal regulation of the insurance industry. The industry is currently regulated at the state level, but Paulson has recommended the adoption of an optional federal charter that would allow insurance companies to choose whether they ...

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