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Ten States Have Issued Bulletins on Returning Soldiers' Insurance

On May 19, PIA launched a nationwide campaign calling on all state DOIs to make it clear that no insurance company should deny auto coverage...
July 7, 2004

On May 19, PIA launched a nationwide campaign calling on all state DOIs to make it clear that no insurance company should deny auto coverage to U.S. Armed Forces personnel, or raise their rates, because their coverage lapsed while they were on active duty overseas. So far, ten states have issued advisory letters, statements or orders: Oregon, Michigan, New Mexico, Indiana, Washington, Missouri, Iowa, Colorado, Connecticut and North Dakota. PIA National Executive Vice President and CEO Len Brevik said PIA's campaign to obtain the waivers for returning U.S. soldiers will continue "until no soldier in any state is faced with this problem."

State Urges Insurers to Back Off GIs (Daytona Beach News-Journal 7/3/04)

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