Low-Cost Auto Bill Dies in Connecticut

April 28, 2000

The Connecticut Senate Appropriations Committee has killed a bill that would have established a low-cost auto insurance policy for low-income drivers. The bill was based on similar “mini-policy” systems that have been adopted in other states, including California.

The legislature did recently take action on several other insurance-related bills, however, including a bill providing that the amount of uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage received under a policy is not reduced by Social Security disability benefits.

They have also taken action on a bill limiting some forms of telephone solicitation with an exemption for companies servicing existing policies.

Topics Auto Connecticut

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