Marguerite Salazar, Jillian Froment and Eric Cioppa. (LHP photo/Allison Bell)

Colorado Springs, Colo. Three state insurance regulators said that they would like to work more closely with long-term care insurance (LTCI) issuers, but they also said that the current wave of LTCI rate increases is unacceptable.

Organizers of the Intercompany Long Term Care Insurance (ILTCI) Conference brought them here Tuesday for a breakout session on regulation and innovation.

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