WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department’s Federal Insurance office is seeking input from the industry and public for a report it must write and submit to Congress early next year on how to modernize and improve the regulatory system for insurance companies, including monoline bond insurers.

The office published a Federal Register notice on Monday asking industry groups and members of the public and others to submit comments by Dec. 16 on a range of issues, including the feasibility and cost of regulating certain lines of insurance at the federal level.

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