Auto insurance legislation struck down in North Carolina

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Auto insurance bill fails before House Insurance Committee A legislation designed to reform North Carolina’s regulations governing auto insurance rates has been unseated by the state’s House Insurance Committee this week. The bill was put down by a vote of 18-11, with opponents claiming that the legislation did not offer solutions to the state’s current problem. The legislation was staunchly opposed by Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin, as well as several companies and trade groups representing the auto insurance industry. Bill aimed to provide insurers with more freedom in the rate…

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