Capitol to Courthouse Florida Insurance Report: Wednesday, June 19
Jun 19, 2013
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8:30 a.m.-–Florida Workers’ Compensation Insurance Guaranty Association (“FWCIGA”) Investment Committee meeting. Orlando, Florida.
9:30 a.m.–FWCIGA Board of Directors meeting. Orlando, Florida. To view the meeting notice, click here.
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to meeting conclusion–Florida Commission on Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology meeting. (Continued from June 18). To view the meeting notice, click here. To view the agenda, click here.
A national movement to find the uninsured and get them plugged into benefits under the Affordable Care Act kicked off Tuesday night at a house party in Tampa, Carol Gentry reports for Health News Florida.
Florida voters probably aren’t going to start liking Gov. Rick Scott, but an improving economy can help him win re-election next year if enough of them are skeptical of ex-Gov. Charlie Crist’s change of parties and positions, according to a statewide poll released Tuesday, Bill Cotterell reports.
Attorney General Pam Bondi today announced that her office has sued Nationwide Pools, Inc. and its owner Keith Stuart, alleging that the company has violated Florida’s Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
Orlando International Airport has stopped more armed passengers trying to board flights than any other Florida airport, according to the Transportation Security Administration, reports Henry Pierson Curtis for the Orlando Sentinel.
At least 24 people have applied for two seats on the Public Service Commission, including Art Graham and former state Rep. Ronald Brisé, whose four-year terms are ending in January, Bruce Ritchie reports for The Florida Current.
Revisions have been made to proposed rule changes that could have the effect of purging moderates from the Florida House Democratic Caucus, even as their author tells Eric Giunta of Sunshine State News they might not even see the light of day.
Guy Carpenter & Co. L.L.C. has said that alternative reinsurance capacity likely will reach 15% of the global property catastrophe reinsurance market in 2013, rising from just 8% in 2008, reports Artemis.bm via Business Insurance.
Aetna Inc. will stop selling individual health insurance policies in California next month, just weeks after opting out of the exchange that is being established as part of the national health care reforms, a state regulator said Tuesday, the Tampa Tribune reports.
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