Auto insurance frustration spawns new legislation in Connecticut

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Lawmakers continue to grow frustrated over lack of compliance with auto insurance laws Connecticut lawmakers have been expressing frustration when it comes to the state’s ban on talking and texting on mobile devices while driving. The law is meant to cut down on activities that could distract drivers and cause accidents, but many drivers have chosen to ignore the law entirely. This has caused lawmakers to consider a more aggressive approach on the matter by highlighting the financial aspects of car accidents. Legislators believe that the prospect of higher auto…

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Insurance legislation meets veto from Connecticut’s Governor

Earlier this month, the Connecticut Insurance Legislation passed a bill that would require the state to host a public symposium regarding rate proposals from the state’s health insurers. State residents would be able to attend the gathering and listen to insurer’s outline their plans for rate increases or decreases as well as ask questions regarding these issues. The symposium would have been mandatory before regulators could approve or reject proposals, but Governor Dannel Malloy vetoed the measure as it came to his desk late last week. In a message that…

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