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CEJ's Birnbaum: Market Regulation Should Be Data Driven

Birny Birnbaum, executive director, Center for Economic Justice, said model insurance laws that define how insurers are monitored for market conduct issues must include the full range of activities and complaints to identify where issues may emerge.

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