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It’s no surprise that the top legislative issue for the Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance industry in 2015 is ride-sharing or transportation network company (TNC) bills. The issue of the new and innovative activity raising insurance coverage concerns emerged during 2014 but legislative calendars allowed for only 10 states to consider bills and just four states—Colorado, California, the District of Columbia, and Illinois—to enact laws. Consequently, as industry representatives prepared for the 2015 session it was expected that many states would be taking up legislation. As of press time, Georgia’s House and the Oklahoma Senate both passed ridesharing bills and no fewer than 25 states began debating the issue.

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