The White House invited insurers to a cybersecurity summit, as state regulators continue their push for increased regulation.
Forthcoming legislation seeks both to raise the minimum limits to 25/50/10 and completely eliminate stacking, including removing the restriction on UM/UIM limits.
There has never been a better time to get involved in the political process on behalf of your industry. You don’t need any prior political experience to be involved, just a willingness to offer insight based your knowledge and experience as an independent agent.
A number of insurance-related bills passed by the legislature this year recently were signed into law by Gov. Carney.
A new law soon will require Pennsylvania employers who have a certified safety committee as part of their workers’ compensation program to include information on substance abuse risks.
Changes to Pennsylvania’s overtime eligibility standards went into effect last year. However, state lawmakers and Gov. Wolf just agreed to repeal the new salary threshold that was slated to take effect this fall.
Review the list of relevant legislation passed during the first half of the legislative session, which ended June 30 in Dover.
Pennsylvania state lawmakers heard from the independent agent community on the benefits of SB 676, which would eliminate stacking and remove the restriction on UM/UIM limits.
AgentPAC is your bi-partisan, state-based political action committee that works hand-in-hand with IA&B’s advocacy efforts to support candidates who understand the issues important to the independent agent and broker community.
The IA&B of Delaware Government Relations Committee met virtually last week to discuss the current legislative session and a number of insurance and business bills that IA&B is tracking.