Calif.’s Brown Record ‘Solid’ on Insurance Legislation

 Monday, October 1, 2012

 Insurance Journal

Gov. Jerry Brown saw over a dozen bills related in some way to insurance come across his desk, with a bill to approve driverless cars, a bill to overhaul California’s workers’ compensation system among them. He’s signed or vetoed most of the bills he’ll take up this year, but it’s hard to say definitevely whether Brown was a friend of foe to the insurance industry. But you can say he’s been mostly on solid ground with the industry. “I think over the last two years he’s had a pretty solid record with the insurance industry,” said Mark Sektnan, president of the Association of California Insurance Companies.
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