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In September, the California Insurance Department issued a cease and desist order to the NRA, alleging that the NRA marketed insurance in California without being licensed to do so. Selling insurance without a license is always a no-no. The cease and desist order stated that the NRA sent emails to members advertising the policy and providing coverage details. The insurance department considers such activity operating without a license, and that the NRA is in violation of state regulations by doing so.

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