Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report – Monday, May 15, 2017
May 15, 2017
A Fight over Funding for Fire Station Projects was a key cog in hammering out a nearly $2 Billion portion of the State Budget, providing another example of Budget Battles decided without any Public Involvement, according to Text Messages reviewed by POLITICO Florida. Matt Dixon reports.
In the days after an Uber Driver was Arrested for Allegedly Raping One of His Riders in Jupiter, many have had questions about the Service’s Safety. Hannah Winston reports for the Palm Beach Post.
Governor Rick Scott has pressed the Trump Administration to Back Off on Timeline that could result in the Deportation of Thousands of Haitians, many living in Florida. The Miami Herald’s Patricia Mazzei reports for the “Naked Politics” blog.
Now in its Fifth year, SaintPetersBlog/FloridaPolitics.com is offering its Annual List of the Most Powerful Politicians in Tampa Bay.
Former Florida Senator Lee Weissenborn’s most famous “Failure” turned out to be his most substantive win. The Miami Herald’s Howard Cohen reports.
Earlier this year, Neighbors and Business Owners repeatedly complained about odors coming from the Business that Recycles Human Waste, Out-of-Date Food and Mulch into Soil that is sold to Growers. John Chambliss reports for the Lakeland Ledger.
American International Group, Inc. announced today the Appointment of Brian Duperreault as President, Chief Executive Officer and Director effective May 14, 2017. Mr. Duperreault has resigned as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Hamilton Insurance Group, InsuranceNewsNet.com reports.
Farmer is replacing Former Texas Insurance Commissioner David Mattax, who passed away on April 13.
For years, State Regulators allege, New York Consumers have taken a Financial Hit from the practice of Real Estate Agents and Lawyers steering Business to specific Title Insurance Agents and Companies. Joe Mahoney reports for the Lockport Journal.
Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon is announcing the issuance of an Emergency Rule which extends Protections for Policyholders impacted by the August Flooding. The Action taken by Commissioner Donelon was Authorized by Governor John Bel Edwards’ Executive Order 2017-11 granting the Commissioner Temporary Authority to suspend certain Regulatory Provisions of the Insurance Code.
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