WASHINGTON - The American Council of Life Insurers has started circulating a draft that could be the basis for legislation to create a federal charter for life insurance companies.

The group has been pushing regulatory reform on two fronts - state and national - in the hopes of streamlining a cumbersome oversight structure that it says gives banks an edge over its members under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

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