When various state insurance commissions and attorneys general began investigating insurance company practices in the wake of Eliot Spitzer's high-profile New York investigations, one remedy put forward was the possibility of federal regulation. Once that was considered an unlikely alternative, but now many insurance companies, banks, and associations are calling on Congress to establish a federal regulator for the industry. Advocates maintain that a federal system would be more efficient ...

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