By: The Billings Gazette
SB58 simply aims for rate making to be based on actual costs of doing business, rather than penalizing customers who are honest.
“Consumers shouldn’t be punished for doing the right thing, especially when it comes at no cost to insurers,” Rosendale said in a press release.
Members of the Senate committee should listen to Rosendale and McNally, and send SB58 to the full Senate for a vote in favor of the Montanans who responsibly obtain insurance and communicate with their insurers. The House then should stand up for those same constituents and send this common-sense legislation to the governor’s desk for his signature.
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