The long-running rift over federal involvement in insurance regulation was evident today at a hearing held by the House Financial Services Committee.

The committee called a roster of witnesses from the insurance industry to testify about H.R. 2609, the Federal Insurance Office Act of 2009. The act, sponsored by Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D Pa.), would create an insurance office within the Treasury Department.

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