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- Strong Beginning to Busy Year of Initiatives and Policy Discussions
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"I was pleased that NCOIL attracted a large number of attendees and first-time legislators to the spring meeting" said Morrish. "It validates the hard work NCOIL has done to advocate and educate state legislators on insurance matters."
Participants at the Welcome Breakfast heard from TN Rep.
"It is appropriate that NCOIL is on an upward trend as we celebrate the 50th year of existence, but it doesn't make any sense to do a SWOT exercise if we are not transparent about how we're measuring up against the results of that exercise" said Considine. "The organization has made tremendous progress since the SWOT exercise in all aspects where there were concerns - number of states participating, number of legislators participating, time allotted to consider and act on model laws, and interaction with federal and regulatory counterparts. There is more to do, of course, but the spring meeting agenda, registration and items NCOIL is considering shows 2019 will be a very robust year consistent with that upward trend."
There were two timely general sessions: Assignment of Benefits (AOB) Clauses: A Tool for Abuse or a Benefit to Homeowners?; and Business Interruption Coverage: Are Businesses REALLY Covered?
The Articles of
The Keynote Luncheon Address was delivered by
Committee meeting minutes will be posted within the next week at ncoil.org.
The 2019 NCOIL Summer Meeting will take place in