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Insurance commissioner says White House meeting premature

Praeger declines invitation to meet with President Obama

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger

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The head of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and two members met today with President Obama to discuss the troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger, a moderate Republican who has generally supported the law, was invited but chose not to attend. NAIC President Jim Donelon, Connecticut’s insurance commissioner, organized the meeting.
Praeger said she wasn’t trying to distance herself from the controversy surrounding the law’s problem-plagued rollout.
But she said the meeting was “premature” because the NAIC had not worked with its members to develop consensus on how to address ...


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