When House Commerce Committee Chairman Thomas J. Blilely introduced a bill late last month that would empower state insurance commissioners to regulate bank insurance sales, the stage was once again set for two major lobbying forces to lock horns.

It's the American Bankers Association versus the Independent Insurance Agents of America. The agents are largely responsible for the contents of the Virginia Republican's bill.

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