Research & Commentary: Crop Insurance Reform
Farmers buy crop insurance for protection against the financial impact of natural disasters affecting their crops and the loss of revenue caused by declines in agricultural commodity prices.
Research and Commentary: Pet Insurance as a Policy Model
According to 2011–12 statistics from the Humane Society of the United States, U.S. residents own approximately 78.2 million dogs and 86.4 million cats.
Research & Commentary: Levees and Flood Mitigation
For more than a century, the United States has attempted to control water almost entirely with levees and other “structural” means.
The Leaflet - Bullying Teachers
Teachers unions react badly to teachers who don’t fall in line behind them.
Research & Commentary: Credit Union Member Business Lending and Bill S. 2231
The U.S. Senate is considering a bill that would lift—but not eliminate—the current cap on credit unions’ ability to lend to businesses.
Research & Commentary: Federal Flood Insurance Subsidies in Puget Sound
For more than four decades, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has subsidized construction in floodplains in the United States.
The Leaflet - Standing With ALEC
“Color of Change,” Common Cause, the Center for Media and Democracy, and other extreme leftist groups’ attempts to
Research & Commentary: Onshore Reserving in the District of Columbia
Many insurance and reinsurance companies reserve assets for U.S. catastrophe coverage in “offshore” locations such as Bermuda, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Germany.
The Leaflet - Tax Day Edition
One of the most dreaded days of the year is approaching … tax day.
Research & Commentary: Cat Bonds for State-Run Catastrophe Insurance
Catastrophe bonds are insurance-linked securities that offset major costs to taxpayers and insurers caused by natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes.
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