Comments on Report to Congress on How to Modernize and Improve the System of Insurance Regulation in the United States
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In February 2008, Pennsylvania resident Corey Middleton called the police and his insurance company to report a serious problem.
Tobacco use poses well-known health risks. Smokers, on average, die earlier than nonsmokers.
U.S. EPA issued a Clean Air Act permit last year to the Deseret Power Electric Cooperative, ending a three year process costing the utility millions of dollars.
In the aftermath of a hurricane landfall, there often isn’t enough data or experience relating to the losses to make known for certain whether a given loss resulted from wind or water.
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Teacher unions often lead the opposition to legislation that would expand the ability of parents to choose the schools – whether public or private – their children attend.