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Financial Advisor Magazine | December 28, 2017
Aggressive online sales tactics appear to have caught up with Wells Fargo again—this time in California where the state insurance commissioner is seeking to suspend or revoke Wells Fargo & Co.’s insurance licenses for allegedly opening up 1,500 insurance policies without customers’ knowledge or permission. The majority of the approximately 1,500 unauthorized policies were for renter’s insurance and were created online using unwitting bank customers’ accounts, Ca...
Stateofre form | December 28, 2017
On Friday, Governor Kate Brown announced her appointment of Tina Edlund as the new Senior Health Policy Advisor. Edlund will replace Jeremy Vandehey, who has been in the position since Gov. Brown appointed him in 2015. We have work to do in ensuring that everyone who is qualified receives Medicaid, has their eligibility checked timely and accurately, and that we are operating our Medicaid program in the best interests of clients and taxpayers,” said Governor Brown in a press release. &ldqu...
madisonrecord | January 16, 2018
John Shaw, the new director of the Southern Illinois University Paul Simon Public Policy Institute, plans to expand the institute’s national reach and to focus on statesmanship in a constructive, long-term way.“One of my priorities is to get national and international leaders to visit and speak at the institute by the next year,” Shaw said. “I’ve developed many contacts through my journalism work and hope they will help me with this aspect of what I’d like to ...
insurancejournal | February 05, 2018
Hartford, Conn., officials say they cannot find a 30-year-old insurance policy that could play a key role in any damages or settlement the city would have to pay in a lawsuit filed by a man wrongly imprisoned for murder for two decades. The inability to locate the policy prompted federal Magistrate Judge Joan Margolis in New Haven, Conn., on Monday to order the city to subpoena insurance companies in an effort to find it....
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