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NRA Says New York Probe Goes Beyond So-Called ‘Murder Insurance’

  • National Rifle Association complains of state’s ‘hostilities’
  • Gun rights group tells judge New York targeted AGIA Affinity
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New York’s financial regulator is probing another company that the National Rifle Association says offers insurance products to its members, potentially bolstering a claim by the gun rights group that the state is unfairly going after its corporate affiliates.

AGIA Affinity, a broker and marketer of insurance products for groups with more than 30 million members, is being investigated by New York’s Department of Financial Services, a person with knowledge of the matter said. The probe focuses on AGIA’s health, accident and life insurance products, regardless of the group they’re tied to, the person said.