Regulatory bullying? You bet your life

Regulatory bullying? You bet your life

December 11, 2013
Originally published in McClatchy-Tribune News Service

If companies failed in insurance pursuits, many people would suffer, but the financial system would not be affected in a major way. It is additionally observed that states have done a reputable job overseeing them and that the companies themselves have done a remarkable job of sound, alert management. Intervene foolishly, and, as Iain Murray of the Competitive Enterprise Institute has written with reference to a study, purchasers could someday have fewer choices in policies that could also cost more and return less.