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Former N.Y. Superintendent Takes Stock of His Tenure

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Looking back on his two-year tenure, former New York Superintendent of Insurance Howard Mills suggests that insurance actions by attorneys general came about because there was a vacuum in insurance regulation, a vacuum he thinks the department is now equipped to fill. Mills believes state lawmakers, not regulators, should settle agency compensation questions. Of the new Spitzer administration, he said he believes it will work to strengthen insurance markets.

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