Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Monday, January 4, 2016
Jan 4, 2016
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Daily Florida Insurance-Related Events
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Daily Florida Insurance-Related News
Florida has had a lot of time to get ready. It has been an unprecedented 10 years since the last major hurricane hit the state, but that is no reason for citizens, regulators and policymakers to become complacent, American Consumer Institute Center for Citizen Research CEO Steve Pociask writes in this Orlando Sentinel guest column.
Florida Republican insiders are bracing for a shakeup at the state GOP amid persistent financial troubles and looming staff departures that some have predicted could be a “massacre.” Marc Caputo reports for Politico Florida.
Two Republican lawmakers have filed bills that would create a program – dubbed “pay for success” – that would involve private investment money being used to pay for government services. THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA reports via NorthEscambia.com.
2015 was full of firsts and fights that helped reshape the state’s political landscape, Politico Florida reports.
A Texas law requiring transportation-network companies to provide $1 million in liability insurance for themselves and their drivers went into effect Friday. KFDA-TV reports via the PCI SmartBrief.
Reinsurance renewals are likely to experience stability in the US market, strong competition is expected in the UK and Europe, and rate suppression because of capital and interest in Asia, Australia and South America, ILS Advisers says. Artemis.com reports via the PCI SmartBrief.
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