Washington, D.C. - In the first of in a series of government meetings on modernizing insurance regulation, the focus on whether insurers should be given the option of being federally regulated took center stage this week at a U.S. Senate Committee On Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing on "Insurance Regulation Reform."

While several committee members and insurance organization constituents weighed in on the subject, no one doubted that a review is needed.

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