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REGULATORY CAPTURE: Half of ex-insurance commissioners went to work for industry. That’s accordin…

REGULATORY CAPTURE: Half of ex-insurance commissioners went to work for industry. That’s according to a Center for Public Integrity investigation, which tracked career moves between 2006 and 2016. Of 109 commissioners who left their posts, 55 of them ended up working for the insurance industry. The investigation also details some of the cozy relationships between […]
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