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State Regulators, Legislators Rumored for Federal Posts

(1/31/2017) A number of current and former insurance commissioners and a state lawmaker are reported to be among those under consideration for important regulatory roles in... full story

Miller to Chair NAIC Seniors Task Force

(1/31/2017) Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller will chair a task force as part of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners that will examine issue... full story

CBO: 18 Million Could Lose Insurance in ACA Repeal

(1/25/2017) A new report by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says that if Congress repeals major provisions of the Affordable Care Act while leaving other parts ... full story

GOP Senators Propose State ACA

(1/25/2017) U.S. Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Bill Cassidy (R-La.) introduced a bill on Jan. 23 that would let states choose whether to keep the Affordable Care Act’... full story

NAIC President: Repeal ‘Too Big to Fail’

(1/25/2017) Speaking at the Property/Casualty Insurance Joint Industry Forum, National Association of Insurance Commissioners President and Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner... full story

GOP Governors: Keep Funding Healthcare for Poor

(1/25/2017) Republican governors urged Congressional lawmakers on Jan. 19 to continue funding health benefits for millions of low-income Americans despite Congress' efforts... full story

Trump Promises “Insurance for Everybody”

(1/18/2017) President-elect Donald Trump says he aims to replace Obamacare with a plan that would envisage “insurance for everybody,” but has not yet provided details o... full story

U.S., EU Reach Covered Agreement on Insurance Regulation

(1/18/2017) U.S. and European Union negotiators have reached an agreement that covers three areas of insurance oversight: reinsurance, group supervision, and the exchange o... full story

NCOIL Blasts U.S.-EU Agreement

(1/18/2017) The announcement that negotiators for the U.S. and the European Union reached a covered agreement on insurance “raises serious concerns because it represents ... full story

PA DOI: Lenders Should Accept Private Flood

(1/18/2017) Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller is urging federal regulators to amend their proposed regulations governing federally-backed loans for homes in... full story

Learning to Thrive In the Age of Disruption

(1/18/2017) Digital technology has now passed the tipping point, and that means agents need to get onboard or be left behind, according to Kitty Ambers, CEO of NetVU... full story

Car Insurance Lessons for High Schoolers

(1/18/2017) The average teen knows zilch about car insurance, but that might change soon. High-school students in Pennsylvania recently became the first to have an interact... full story

10 Questions to Assess Your Clients’ Needs

(1/18/2017) Insurance needs change as circumstances in your clients’ lives change, which is why an annual insurance review is recommended by the Insurance Information Ins... full story

PIA Members: What Keeps You Up at Night?

(1/11/2017) PIA partners with the National Underwriter in a survey of independent agents. full story

PIA to House: Repeal, Don’t Replace FIO

(1/11/2017) PIA urges House to include repeal of Federal Insurance Office in Dodd-Frank reform legislation. full story

Only 20% Support ACA Repeal Without Replacement

(1/11/2017) 47 percent say Congress should not repeal the ACA at all. full story

FIO Director Michael McRaith to Resign

(1/11/2017) Head of Federal Insurance Office to leave Jan. 20 full story

Resources to Cope With Winter

(1/11/2017) With winter upon us, it is always a good idea to remain prepared in the event of a winter storm or extreme cold. full story

2016 Was ‘The Year of the Flood’

(1/11/2017) 2016 Was ‘The Year of the Flood’ full story

MarketScout: P/C Rates Decline in 2016

(1/11/2017) MarketScout: P/C Rates Decline in 2016 full story