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What AIG Means for the Future of State Regulation

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Proponents of federal regulation say the recent $85 billion bailout loan for American International Group demonstrates the need for federal oversight of the insurance industry. But in these exclusive interviews with Insurance Journal's Ken St. Onge, top regulators from Wisconsin, Maine, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida argue that the reason AIG remains is because its insurance companies were regulated by individual states.

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