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Electing a New Path in Connecticut?

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Things have become too chummy between Connecticut insurers and the state's Department of Insurance, says State Senator Edward Meyer. And he wants to change all that. How? By making the commissioner's office an elected position. In this interview with Insurance Journal, Meyer describes what he says is a regulatory arm that feels too much like an old boys' network, and why he thinks the state would be better off if the commissioner were picked by the people.

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