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Topic - Mike Kreidler
A hearings officer, who has since been removed from hearing cases, is alleging that the chief deputy to Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler tried to improperly influence her decisions.
Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler is traveling to Washington, D.C. to discuss health care reform issues with President Barack Obama.
"I expect that we'll have even more robust markets inside and outside of the exchange for 2015. Increased competition is part of health care reform, and that's what we are seeing," Kreidler said.