Independent agents from across the country – to include several IA&B members – met with federal lawmakers this week during the Big I Legislative Conference.
Month: April 2022
Beginning Oct. 1, 2022, Maryland will expand what constitutes unlawful harassment by removing the requirement that the conduct be “severe or pervasive” in certain situations.
The Maryland legislature this month passed the Time to Care Act – a paid family and medical leave insurance program, which impacts all employers with employees in the state.
The city moved from requiring to “strongly recommending” masks be worn in indoor public spaces.
While not insurance related, they may be of interest to members.
IA&B opposed this further expansion of Maryland Auto Insurance Fund’s (MAIF) ability to compete with private insurers.
IA&B opposed legislation to make Enhanced Underinsured Motorist Coverage mandatory.
While well-intentioned, the bill would have increased auto insurance rates for young women.
IA&B sought amendments to the bill to prevent regulatory intrusion into claims adjudication.
IA&B opposed two bills which would have eliminated the use of credit-based insurance scoring.