On Thursday, September 8th, the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee held its first formal markup of a bill to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program.
Hurricane Irene appears likely to make landfall in the United States sometime in the next few days.
A debate over the use of credit scoring to determine insurance rates and eligibility continues to rage in Massachusetts.
For decades, retailers and other private-sector businesses have hired independent auditors to track down improper payments and recover the money.
Few public policy issues evoke more fervor than those promoting homeownership.
The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, also known as the Dodd-Frank Act, is a law with consequences for every part of the financial system.
The two major forces of a hurricane—wind and water—can do grave damage to homes.
Each of the past four years, The Heartland Institute has released a report that asks fundamental questions about the nation’s property and casualty insurance regulatory environment.
Some stereotypes about groups are pure calumny, others have a small grain of truth, and some are absolutely, 100 percent true.