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Michigan Lawmakers (Still) Want to Reform No-Fault Car Insurance

Michigan lawmakers have tried and failed to reform the state's costly no-fault automobile insurance laws. Heading into 2019, politicians are again promising a change that's so far failed to materialize. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts – Justia … Continue reading

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Lawmakers Start the New Year with a Long Tax Policy To-Do List

The close of calendar year 2018 left several items on lawmakers’ tax policy to-do list. In December, outgoing Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) led several iterations of a year-end tax bill to address tax extenders, technical corrections to … Continue reading

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South Carolina's anti-abortion lawmakers say they’ll push for stricter laws in 2019

Greenville News (Dec. 4, 2018): South Carolina's anti-abortion lawmakers say they’ll push for stricter laws in 2019, by Tom Barton & Avery G. Wilks, The State: Conservative state lawmakers in South Carolina say they will push for a ban on… … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Lawmakers to Listen

ProPublica – “In our final installment of the User’s Guide to Democracy, we asked a live panel of congressional experts to help you stay engaged in politics after the midterms have ended. Congress Works For You. Here’s How to Be … Continue reading

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Lawmakers urge SEC to retool Reg BI

By Anne Sherry, J.D. The ranking members of four House and Senate committees are leading a call for the SEC to revise Regulation Best Interest, asserting that the proposed rule does not quite satisfy the agency’s Congressional mandate and that … Continue reading

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