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NAMIC's Thesing: Florida's Plaintiffs' Lawyers Made GOP Inroads

Joe Thesing, vice president, NAMIC, said some state legislators in Florida have resisted association-supported reforms, while regulators in other states have extended their reach into new areas.

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