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Washington Extends Deadline for Claims with Building Repairs

Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler on Thursday filed an emergency order that requires insurers to extend deadlines relating to withheld Source: Insurance Journal

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The Perilous Cannabis, Cyber, COVID-19 Connection

Cannabis, cyber and COVID-19 – the three Cs may have more in common than meets the eye. Cannabis dispensaries, now Source: Insurance Journal

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The Hartford Reports Q1 Net Income Drop; Minor Coronavirus Impact Thus Far

The Hartford’s 2020 first-quarter numbers are yet another example of the coronavirus pandemic not yet affecting underwriting results in a Source: Insurance Journal

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ClearPath Mutual of Kentucky Hires Stoller, Appoints Korsan to New Role

ClearPath Mutual Insurance has appointed Don Stoller as the company’s director of Underwriting, and Bob Korsan as vice president of Source: Insurance Journal

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New LWCC Foundation Commits $1.1M for COVID-19 Recovery in Louisiana

Baton Rouge-based Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corp. (LWCC) has formed a private foundation to focus on the areas of health, wellness, Source: Insurance Journal

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Michigan Governor: Savings on Car Insurance to Be Higher than Law Requires

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and a top state regulator said on April 28 that drivers will save more on car insurance Source: Insurance Journal

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Florida CFO Says China Owes State Financial Restitution from COVID-19 Outbreak

Florida Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis has sent a demand letter to Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Source: Insurance Journal

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Wisconsin High Court Won’t Let Unions Join Suit Against Stay-at-Home Order

The Wisconsin Supreme Court on April 28 refused a request by several labor unions to help defend Democratic Gov. Tony Source: Insurance Journal

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New Orleans Won’t Participate in Louisiana’s Partial Business Openings, Yet

In much of Louisiana, restaurant owners are cautiously looking forward to opening some outdoor tables, and mall stores to beginning Source: Insurance Journal

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Oklahoma Drilling Contractor to Pay $650K in Age, Disability Discrimination Suit

An Oklahoma-based oil and gas drilling contractor will pay $650,000 to settle a federal age and disability discrimination lawsuit. The Source: Insurance Journal

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