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Jay Neal FAIR is a non-partisan, non-profit educational organization that works to educate Florida consumers and insurance industry stake-holders about the effects of insurance public policy. Unlike other organizations that represent specific constituencies, FAIR works with all constituencies to facilitate ongoing dialogue and transparent communications. FAIR believes that there is a solution to every insurance problem that both promotes a robust insurance market and also protects consumers and policy holders.

Pace program growing

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Ms. Marie Roseme celebrates the first PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy)program funding in Tamarac.

Ms. Roseme was able to replace the roof on her home through the recently approved PACE Program after her insurance company had denied her coverage and she could not turn to a bank for a loan. This innovative financing program can help thousands of Floridian homeowners to harden their homes while making them more energy efficient.

Florida Locals Alarmed at Bill to Give State Conduit Assessment Power

Posted on Wednesday April 22, 2015

by Shelly Sigo APR 22, 2015 1:13pm ET BRADENTON, Fla. – A bill making its way through the final days of the Florida legislative session would vastly expand the financing power of the Florida Development Finance Corp. House Bill 7067, a major economic development bill, was amended in recent weeks to give FDFC the ability …

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Florida Cabinet approves buying $2.2 billion more in catastrophe insurance By Steve Bousquet April 14, 2015

Posted on Thursday April 16, 2015

TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members voted Tuesday to bolster the state’s catastrophic insurance fund with $2.2 billion of added coverage in advance of what forecasters predict will be another quiet hurricane season in Florida. State financial experts say the cost to a typical policyholder will be “minimal,” or a premium increase of …

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Reinsurance bad deal for Florida homeowners By Ray Rodrigues April 14, 2015

Posted on Thursday April 16, 2015

On Tuesday, executives from the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund recommended to the state Board of Administration, consisting of Gov. Rick Scott, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater and Attorney General Pam Bondi, that they approve the purchase of billions of dollars of reinsurance from the private market. I believe the proposed risk transfer is a violation …

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