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State Starts a New Push to Overhaul Auto System

Jan 26, 2007 Jan. 27--Governor Deval L. Patrick's new consumer affairs chief yesterday launched a study group whose goal is to report by mid-March on ways to cut costs and increase competition within the state's heavily regulated auto insurance system. Daniel Crane, former bar counsel at the state's Board of Bar Overseers, starts Monday as director of the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation. He said one of his first priorities will be to work with a six-member study group to help set an agenda for changing the state's auto insurance system.....

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