The Consumer Federation of America on Wednesday accused an insurance trade group of undermining efforts to make more uniform states' regulation of the business.

"The National Association of Independent Insurers has been making a bold attempt to undo the progress and to weaken the capacity of state regulation to deal with issues on a national basis," said a report by Robert Hunter, director of insurance at the federation, whose members include 240 consumer groups.

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