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Ohio Commissioner Lays Out Opposition to Federal Oversight, Cat Plan

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As public servant, attorney and community leader, Mary Jo Hudson officially took office as the 46th director of the Ohio Department of Insurance on Jan. 8, 2007. Not shy in letting consumers, agents and other regulators know where she stands, Director Hudson spells out why she opposes an optional federal charter and the adoption of any national catastrophe plan that would include Ohio residents paying for the problems that resident face in coastal areas. On the proactive side the Director revived the Agent Council in Ohio and says that agents enjoy her "open door" policy. Hudson boasts that agents have provided plenty of insight regarding their specific industry and business concerns. She values that input and says it definitely helps in her role as keeper of the gate for consumers and the industry.
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