WASHINGTON -- Some of the world’s top producers belong to the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), and they have been spending the day going door to door in the halls of Congress, trying to win support for NAIFA legislative priorities.
NAIFA, Falls Church, Va., capped off its annual meeting by sending members to Capitol Hill to lobby for relief from a Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act minimum medical loss ratio provision that has been blamed for cutting individual and small group health insurance producer commission rates by as much as 50%.
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