- Insurance markets should be regulated by state governments so that the regulatory environment is accountable and meets the needs of the community in ways that federal regulations would be unable to meet.
- Policymakers and Insurers should prioritize the protection of personal information from identity theft and fraud so consumers’ privacy and identities are properly secure.
- Onerous regulations add costs for both consumers and providers. State policymakers should create forms and regulations that minimize the compliance costs for both the consumer and insurers.
Mitigating and managing risks for both businesses and families and is critical for maintaining peace of mind that allows both businesses and families to thrive. Insurance policy ranges from vehicle to life insurance and cover everything in between. This diverse portfolio of issues can vary greatly by state, meaning that it is important that states are able to regulate their own insurance markets without onerous federal involvement. Preventing over-regulation in insurance markets helps to ensure that insurance products are able to be competitive and accessible to a wider variety of people.
Preventing federal overreach into state insurance markets is imperative to ensure that insurance meets the needs of very different states adequately. Policymakers should work with insurers to place a premium on not just serving customers well, but also protecting personal information from falling into the wrong hands. State policymakers should encourage increased protection of personal information, establish effective frameworks for market conduct actions and create more competitive and less onerous regulatory environment. By following these guidelines, state policymakers can help make sure that consumers have the peace of mind that should go along with thoughtful insurance regulations that allow for state control, security and flexibility.
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Summary This resolution is responsive to efforts by the plaintiffs’ bar, represented by the Association of American Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) and its state-level affiliates, to enact legislation that undermines settled principles of contract law by unreasonably expanding the liability of insurance …
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Resolution in Support of Insurance Commissioners’ Exclusive State Regulatory Authority Over Variable Life Insurance and Variable Annuities
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