It seems similar to the last, according to this Reuters report, but it looks like insurance consumer protection might be regulated at the federal level.
"The Fed could also lose some of its consumer protection
responsibilities, which would move to a new agency that would supervise
financial products, such as credit cards, mortgage-related products and
Or does it mean that the whole industry ball of wax gets the federal treatment?
Last week I had the privilege of testifying before Congress on the future of insurance regulation (more on that later). Today, I received a copy of a book edited by Bob Klein and me with the same title.
It does not appear to be on Amazon -- which just seems strange to me. It is also missing from the front page of Brookings Press, but you can order a copy here. I am not impressed with their website as there is missing information on the book site.