Last week, the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors gathered in Washington to lobby Congress on important issues to benefit brokers and advisers. One of the group's biggest priorities was discussing a bill that would create the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers, a federal clearinghouse to streamline licensing to sell insurance in states across the U.S.

Fresh off those meetings, NAIFA’s incoming president Juli McNeely says there’s almost resounding support for the bill from lawmakers, yet it remains to be seen whether it will be passed this year.

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