Economic Fairness Oregon weighs in on ending the consumer fraud exemption for insurance companies

Nice piece here at Blue Oregon from Economic Fairness of Oregon relating to the need to end the consumer fraud exemption for insurance companies. Disclosure: When it comes to EFO, I’ve long been an unabashed  fanboy–they do tremendous pro-consumer work.

HB 3160-A is pending in the Oregon Senate. To my way of thinking this isn’t a blue or red issue. Last I checked, insurance companies don’t discriminate based on political affiliation. They hose the D’s and the R’s, those who live in the city and those who live in the country, the rich and the poor. The things that divide us simply do not matter when it comes to insurance companies taking advantage.

Let’s hope our State senate is listening to EFO and constituents who are pushing on this issue. It’s time to end the special break for insurance companies. Like every other business, they should be covered by Oregon consumer fraud laws.

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