State Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer doesn't have to dig too deep into the past to make his case against balancing the state budget with fees paid to help run the agency.
Less than a year ago, the state agreed to repay $3 million out of the general fund to compensate for fees that were taken from state agencies in 2009 to help balance the budget at the start of the great recession.
Now, Selzer has gone to court to . . .
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