Reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has been a political football in recent years, with Congress unwilling to commit to reform.
Changes in insurance markets that followed the flurry of hurricanes in 2004–2005, capped by Hurricane Katrina, have been met by a storm of criticism in Congress and state capitals.
On January 17, Legislative Specialist Matthew Glans a new study from the James Madison Institute (JMI) written by JMI adjunct scholars Eli Lehrer, who is vice president for Washington, DC operation
Sent LTE on Louisiana Citizens to Times Picayune.
The ways that Floridians purchase coverage to protect their property and insure their vehicles has, increasingly, placed a significant drag on the state’s economy.
The extent and detail of state regulatory control over the auto insurance industry has increased markedly in the last ten years.
In a recent paper entitled "Why Not the Best?" the Consumer Federation of American (CFA) claims to have “researched the results of regulation over the last decade in the 50 states” and conclud
This report was prompted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) decision at their spring meeting of 2001 to consider deregulation of personal lines of property/casualty insur
Auto insurance will be one of the key issues Michigan legislators face in the upcoming legislative session.
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