Last year, Congress took a major step toward reforming the National Flood Insurance Program by reducing wasteful subsidies that have put the program in the red. Now, some in Congress want to stop these reforms. ACI has signed onto a letter calling for the reforms to continue. The letter can be viewed here.
In our hearts we know which parts of our retirement plan are working and which are not. We don’t need another hardball pitch on miracle investments or guaranteed income for life. Some consumers need quiet time to plan. Others need the confidence that a roadmap brings. When those are insufficient, you need a financial guide. […]
This piece, written by ACI president, Steve Pociask, discussions calls by one wireless competitor to ban other competitors from the FCC’s upcoming wireless broadband auction. The piece can be read here on the Daily Callers’ website.
The white house report can be downloaded here.
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Reporter Maria Mallory-White discusses proposals to reduce the size of Citizens Corporation, the state-run homeowners insurer. The article is available on the Sun-Sentinel’s website.
The News-Press Article is available online. Welfare for the Rich Floridians should be outraged and policymakers should be too. Government-run Citizens insurance, now the biggest insurer in Florida, is Robin Hood in reverse. Citizens provides artificially low insurance prices to homeowners along the hurricane-prone coast, and requires other homeowners to pick up the cost of […]
The shortage of spectrum in the wireless market is no secret. It’s been written about ad nauseam, including by me and many others at the American Consumer Institute. The consensus is that there’s not enough spectrum allocated to the wireless companies, and there’s plenty of it available, ready to be sold off. The unused spectrum […]