Close to Home: Outdated rules fuel insurance crisis

During the past two decades, an increasing number of catastrophic wildfires and other climate change-related disasters have ravaged California. Yet even with this perennial threat, the state has allowed an outdated regulatory system to paralyze the insurance market — creating a coverage crisis that makes it impossible for a growing number of Californians to protect themselves from these types of disasters.

I know firsthand. As an insurance agent, winery owner and firefighter, I see the consequences of how this insurance crisis is burdening California families and businesses daily.

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