Save the new date of April 12 and attend a reception with Delaware’s House and Senate Banking & Insurance Committee Chairmen.
Month: March 2022
IA&B testified this week in favor of an amendment to pending credit-scoring legislation, which would prevent an onerous requirement for agents to collect customers’ sensitive personal data.
IA&B was among the industry stakeholders who urged state lawmakers last week to delay a vote on legislation that would prohibit the use of gender in personal auto rating.
IA&B amended draft legislation and then supported the resulting bill which is now headed to the full State Senate.
The federal budget request includes no crop insurance cuts in a rare but welcome occurrence.
In a victory for IA&B members, legislation that would have limited a small group health subsidies program to the Exchange, will not advance in the state legislature this session.
We need your help to defeat Senate Bill 231 on gender rating in personal auto.
Effective April 9, IA&B will discontinue its partnership with Agency Resources (ARI). IA&B members now have workers’ compensation access through Independent Market Solutions.
Recently introduced legislation would require FEMA to disclose more information about how flood insurance premiums are calculated under the new Risk Rating 2.0.
Employers in Philadelphia with at least 25 employees must comply with the latest Public Health Emergency Leave law, which guarantees up to 40 hours of paid sick leave.