Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Tuesday, October 9
Oct 9, 2012
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9:00 a.m.–Citizens Property Insurance Corporation Depopulation Committee meeting; Orlando, Florida. Teleconference: 855-312-8651; participant code: 4458606638#. To view the meeting notice, click here.
9:00 a.m.–Florida Cabinet meeting
- State Board of Administration; to view the meeting notice, click here.
- Consideration of the adoption of an Emergency Rule providing for optional date changes for certain new Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund participants
1:30 p.m.–Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund Advisory Council meeting; Agenda includes discussion of October claims-paying capacity estimates. Teleconference: 888-670-3525; conference code: 7135858151. To view the meeting notice, click here.
Citizens Property Insurance Corp.’s chairman on Monday called for an independent review of a $350 million loan program designed to coax private companies to take some of the state-backed insurer’s riskier policies.
State insurance regulators approved rate reductions of 1.2 percent for mobile homeowners insured by Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
The founder of the consumer advocacy group Policyholders of Florida talks about his criticisms of Citizens Property Insurance Corp., his disappointment after Alex Sink’s gubernatorial campaign defeat and what his father, a former state Supreme Court justice, would think of the current merit retention fight.
How unthinkable was this? Pigs were flying! Cows were jumping over the moon! The sun rose in the west! The Koch brothers voted for a Democrat!
A giant former sinkhole in Windermere has settled, but left a crater in the backyard of the home where it began.
Three Republican powerhouses – including a former lieutenant governor candidate and two former U.S. attorneys – tried unsuccessfully over the weekend to get the Florida GOP to reverse course on its pledge to work to unseat three Florida Supreme Court justices.
About one in six digital images of tags is declared unreadable at toll booths by the Florida Turnpike Enterprise.
A Tallahassee judge refused Monday to dismiss a civil lawsuit by former Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer against the party and two prominent state senators.
In what may be the sleeper legislative campaign of the season, Senator Gwen Margolis, the veteran Democrat from Miami, is getting a run for her money – literally – from Miami Beach lawyer John Couriel in the newly drawn coastal district.
The state is seeking bids from any company that wants to compete with the Coral Gables operation planning a privately financed train from South Florida to Orlando International Airport.
A Los Angeles-based private equity investment group has bought the Tampa Tribune from longtime parent Media General for $9.5 million, promising to improve the daily newspaper as it took control Monday morning.
Seeking a second term in the Florida House of Representatives, Jim Boyd currently represents the newly drawn District 71, which covers most of the Manasota area, including Bradenton, Palmetto, and Sarasota.
North Carolina insurance commission challenger Mike Causey declared bankruptcy about 20 years ago.
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