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    Ride-sharing, civil justice reform top list of P&C legislation’s most wanted

    February 26, 2015

    2015 will be an active year for Congress and state lawmakers, as they take on bills regarding transportation networks, tort reform, asbestos, financial regulation, e-commerce and natural disaster issues.

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    NYC May Cut Speed Limit to 25 MPH to Reduce Pedestrian Deaths

    June 19, 2014

    Lowering the limit to 25 mph would reduce the chance of fatalities in accidents involving pedestrians to 10% from 20%, says De Blasio.

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    N.Y. Regulator Says Sandy Complaints Show Need for Uniformity, Clarity in Policies

    February 27, 2013

    New Yorks top insurance regulator said during a state Assembly hearing that Superstorm Sandy has highlighted the need for uniformity and clarity in property-insurance policies. He also vowed to examine anti-concurrent causation clauses.

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    N.Y. State Senate Passes No-Fault Auto Insurance Fraud Measures

    March 26, 2012

    March 22, 2012 marked nine years to the day when Alice Ross, a 71-year-old grandmother, was killed in a no-fault auto insurance fraud scheme, and the day when the New York State Senate passed three bills aimed at stemming the multimillion-dollar stage-and-fraud crime trend.

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    N.Y. Insurance Regulator Outlines Anti-Fraud Legislative Concepts

    April 20, 2010

    The New York State insurance superintendent said, as part of an effort to address no-fault insurance fraud, he is supporting enactment of a measure requiring mandatory arbitration for no-fault claims under $5,000.

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    How Much Will N.Y. Budget Cost Insurers? There's Disagreement

    March 30, 2009

    Insurer associations disagreed today on the extent of insurer assessment increases contained in the New York State budget agreed upon over the weekend.

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    NY Legislators Promise Focus On Coastal Insurance

    January 28, 2008

    Legislators for New York's coastal areas, where property insurance is in short supply, told an agents group they met with that they will focus lawmaking efforts on measures to improve their districts'

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    Report On NYCIRB Fate Arrives Soon

    August 29, 2007

    A report that will be key in deciding the future role of the private service that develops rate recommendations for New York's workers' compensation system will arrive tomorrow or Tuesday, a regulator

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    N.Y. Cuts WC Rates 20.5%

    July 11, 2007

    His action was prompted by reforms in workers' comp law earlier this year, and is estimated to save New York businesses about $1 billion in the 2007-2008 fiscal year, according to the New York State I

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    Morelle To Head N.Y. Assembly Insurance Committee

    June 07, 2007

    Michael Moran, American Insurance Association public service director, said Mr. Morelle for the most part has taken stands in favor of the insurance industry, sometimes against the wishes of his fello