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Department updates homeowners’ premium comparison tool to save consumers money

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Sept. 6, 2017- Over the last decade, the housing market has changed dramatically. To keep up with those changes, the California Department of Insurance updated its Homeowners Premium Comparison Tool to reflect the changing insurance market and ensure California consumers have the most up-to-date information to make informed decisions and hopefully save money. […]

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Commissioner Jones undeterred by oil and coal state threats of lawsuits challenging requirement that insurers disclose climate risks

SACRAMENTO, Calif. June 20, 2017 “While politicians in coal, gas, and oil states continue to deny the existence of climate change, California has concluded based on overwhelming scientific evidence that climate change is real. The threats of lawsuits by 12 red state attorneys general and one governor are not going to stop me from doing […]

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CA Insurance Dept. connects stakeholders to discuss cannabis, regulations, insurance issues

SACRAMENTO, Calif. May 22, 2017 – Today Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones convened 63 insurance-related stakeholders to make sure they have time to comment on cannabis-related regulations with insurance provisions currently under consideration by other state agencies. “As Insurance Commissioner, my goal to make sure all Californians, including emerging cannabis businesses, have insurance protection,” said Commissioner […]

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State Farm issues $13.3 million in refunds to overcharged Californians

SACRAMENTO, Calif. May 11, 2017- Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced today that State Farm has issued refunds totaling $13,335,701 for overcharged premiums to 241,356 California consumers-finally complying with the Commissioner’s rate reduction order after losing twice in court. The refunds with interest resulted from an order by Commissioner Jones that State Farm reduce its homeowners’ […]

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Commissioner Jones authorizes health insurers to file two sets of rates: “Trump Rates” and “ACA Rates”

SACRAMENTO, Calif. April 28, 2017- Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced today that he has authorized health insurers filing rates with the Department of Insurance to file two sets of rates, in light of the market instability created by President Trump’s continued undermining of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Despite the likelihood that health insurers will […]

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Insurance Commissioner condemns Trump Administration actions destabilizing health insurance markets

SACRAMENTO, Calif. April 16, 2017 – In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Trump suggested an intention to hold hostage the cost-sharing subsidies that make it possible for low-income Americans to afford to seek medical care when they need it. Responding to these comments, Insurance Commissioner Jones said: “The cost-sharing subsidies, an important […]

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Insurance Commissioner Jones calls House GOP amendments on AHCA cruel

SACRAMENTO, Calif. March 22, 2017 – California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones released the following statement in response to House GOP Manager’s Amendments to the American Health Care Act (AHCA): “The House Republican leadership, in an attempt to gain support for the American Health Care Act, recently revealed amendments that have more to do with political […]

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Commissioner Jones issues statement on Trump Affordable Care Act Executive Order

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Jan. 21, 2017 – Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones issued the following statement today after President Donald Trump issued an Affordable Care Act Executive Order: “President Donald Trump’s Executive Order is directly contrary to his pledge to replace the Affordable Care Act with terrific “insurance for everybody” while repealing the ACA. The effect of […]

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Investigation of major Anthem cyber breach reveals foreign nation behind breach

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Jan. 6, 2017 – The California Department of Insurance released today the examination findings and settlement agreement concerning the cyber security breach of health insurance giant Anthem Inc., which compromised 78.8 million consumers’ records. Anthem agreed to make a number of enhancements to its information security systems, and also agreed to provide credit […]

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Health insurance marketplace enrollment opened

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Nov. 2, 2016- While most Americans get health insurance through their employer or a family member’s workplace, 20 million people now buy coverage through the health insurance marketplaces or exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act, such as Covered California. As yesterday marked the first day of open enrollment for individual health insurance, […]

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Largest national disaster drill aims to prompt Californians to prepare

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Oct. 20, 2016 – More than 10 million Californians will drop, cover and hold on today in the nation’s largest disaster drill, the Great California ShakeOut. Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones urges residents to practice precautionary measures, before, during, and after an earthquake and to take this opportunity to make sure they have the […]

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