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Crop insurance coverage appears likely to be expanded as House and Senate committees again take up providing 5-year reauthorization of farm programs.
In the latest war of words over the future of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, the president of the Insurance Information Institute accuses the Consumer...
The Medical Loss Ratio bill is back in the Senate after a long hiatus, or death, as some might say, in committee last year.
Legislation has been introduced in both the House and Senate that would slash crop-insurance subsidies to pre-2001 levels.
Number includes the unemployed and those who opt to be uninsured
Crop-insurance losses in 2012 due to drought conditions amount to a record $14.2 billion, and are continuing to climb, industry officials were told Wednesday.
Legislation aimed at streamlining repayment of funds to Medicare when the program pays claims later covered by private insurers has finally been enacted into law.
The fate of what is seen as a needed increase in the borrowing authority of the National Flood Insurance Program before year-end is in doubt...
The House Wednesday passed legislation sought by the insurance industry in three Congresses that would streamline enforcement of the Medicare Secondary Payment program.
The Congressional Budget Office has projected that passage of legislation that would streamline enforcement of the Medicare Secondary Payment program would save the government money.
President Obama signed legislation that reauthorizes the National Flood Insurance program until Sept. 30, 2017, ending years of political stalemate.
Congress today finally passed and sent to the President legislation providing long-term certainty for the National Flood Insurance Program.
The House passed a bill under expedited procedures that would extend the National Flood Insurance Program until July 31.
A new report by a federal-watchdog agency questions whether the U.S. government will be able to recover over the short term—if ever—the investment it has...
Efforts are underway to jump-start Senate action on a long-term National Flood Insurance Program extension.
The National Flood Insurance Program is operating on a temporary reauthorization that expires Friday as Washington continues to play winner-take-all politics.
The healthcare industry is telling the congressional “super committee” that changes in the Medicare program to reduce costs should include medical liability reform.
A medical-liability insurance trade group is praising the decision of the “gang of six” deficit-reduction panel to include a mandate in its plan for Congress...
Once again, we face a looming expiration of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), with the program’s authorization set to expire on September 30 of...
The role of evidence in subrogation arbitration differs from court proceedings. Here is a look at the seven categories of evidence.
Now that the recent hurricanes and wildfires have subsided, here are seven things you can do to make sure your business is ready for the next disaster.