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Arizona House Bans Cities from Requiring Fire Sprinklers in Big Bars

The Arizona House has voted to ban cities and counties from enforcing new national fire code standards requiring large restaurants Source: Insurance Journal

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USDA’s Wildfire Indemnity Program Offers Possible Drought Assistance for California Farmers

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced additional disaster assistance available to agricultural producers, including producers impacted by drought and Source: Insurance Journal

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California Bill Aimed at Property Insurance in Communities Investing in Wildfire Prevention

Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-Marin County, has introduced Assembly Bill 3258, which would require property insurance providers to take into consideration Source: Insurance Journal

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New Florida Law Ensures Police Officers Can Park Marked Vehicles at Home

Some Florida law enforcement officers have been told they aren’t allowed to park their marked cars at home, but that’s Source: Insurance Journal

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Tennessee Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeal by Drug Makers in Opioid Suit

The Tennessee Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from pharmaceutical companies asking to be dismissed as defendants in an opioid Source: Insurance Journal

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Trucking Can Be Deadly. And Not Just For Truckers.: Viewpoint

Of the major industries for which the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported workplace fatality rates for 2018, truck transportation was Source: Insurance Journal

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Update on Puerto Rico Disaster Recovery

The newly appointed U.S. official charged with overseeing disaster recovery in Puerto Rico said this week that while the pace Source: Insurance Journal

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Insurtech: It’s not Just for Carriers Anymore

Until recently, insurtech not only was perceived as a competitive threat to independent agents, there was little startup activity dedicated Source: Insurance Journal

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Missouri Senate Backs New Limits on Punitive Damages

Missouri’s Republican-led Senate swiftly advanced a bill tightening standards for punitive damages in liability lawsuits after an all-night filibuster by Source: Insurance Journal

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Illinois Limousine Service to Pay $30K to Settle EEOC Disability Lawsuit

M&M Limousine Service in Des Plaines, Ill., will pay a deaf job applicant $30,000 to settle a federal disability discrimination Source: Insurance Journal

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