P-C Insurers Warned To Move Fast In Congress


With both the White House and control of Congress at stake in the 2004 election, industry representatives believe that any issue affecting the insurance industry will have to get done early in the next session of Congress.

Carl Parks, senior vice president of federal government relations with the National Association of Independent Insurers in Des Plaines, Ill., said he does not believe there will be many high-profile issues affecting the property-casualty industry on the Congressional agenda. The election, he said, will be the primary focus of Congress, and the session will be relatively short–only 140 legislative days.

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