Put Citizens Insurance on Solid Ground JOHN ROLLINS Published Tuesday, April 27, 2010 You probably have insurance on your home, car, and/or business in Florida. Because of regulatory and legislative actions since the hurricanes of 2004-2005, you’re buying a promise from that insurance company that is either weaker than you expect or more expensive than you [...]
Keep Your Regulatory Mitts Off My Internet (Published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, April 24, 2010) Net neutrality. Who could be against that? What’s the fuss all about? Fair questions all. Readers will ask: If net neutrality is neutral, why should consumers care? The answer is: Many consumers will be harmed. Informed consumers will ignore [...]
Citizen’s Not the Best Option for Consumers Imagine state government setting up a company to compete against private businesses. Suppose this government company begins selling products and services below cost, driving companies out of the market and leading to layoffs. Now, imagine the government business, realizing its prices are too low, decides to recoup losses by [...]
Last week the DC Circuit Court of Appeals denied Federal Communication Commission claims that it had authority “implied,” but not expressly granted by Congress, to “manage” network management techniques of Comcast and other broadband network providers. Policy analysts and advocates have already joined in debating next steps for the FCC and Congress. This ConsumerGram (CG) [...]
To read or print a copy of ACI insurance expert John W. Rollins’ op-ed “Breaking your property insurance promise” click here. (Published in the Gainesville Sun on April 15, 2010).
30 organizations sent a letter to Congress, warning them of the problems of Internet regulations, called “net neutrality. To read the letter, click here — nn-letter-to-congress.
Opinion: Net Neutrality Ruling Will Refocus Debate, available at AOL News …
To read the comments, click here – aci-nprm-replies.
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