Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen today released the following statement after the adoption of the House amendments to Senate Bill 405:
Montana’s firefighters could get medical bills for certain job-related illnesses paid if a bill promoted by Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen becomes law.
A bill that would stiffen penalties for those who swindle Montana seniors out of their savings is headed to a hearing this morning – after passing with bipartisan support out of the Montana House of Representatives last week.
A popular state program that helps more than 1,100 Montana Main Street small businesses provide health insurance for 6,600 Montanans could be eliminated if a bill promoted by Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen does not become law.
Montana homeowners may avoid home insurance policy non-renewals or premium increases if a consumer protection effort put forth by Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen passes.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen today announced a bill that would prohibit insurance companies from forcing Montanans to undergo genetic testing — especially when that information will be used to deny Montanans insurance or charge them more for it.
Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen announced her effort to increase the punishment for criminals who cheat Montana seniors and other vulnerable citizens through financial fraud.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen today announced her effort to allow home and auto insurance companies to lower costs for military men and women in Montana.
While the federal government continues to roll out the national health reform law, a state-based, market-driven reform pioneered by Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen has cleared its final legislative hurdle.
A bill signed into law by Gov. Steve Bullock will give Montana Securities Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen new tools to stop pyramid schemes in Montana.