Selected advocates from NAIFA-CA’s grassroots network have reached out to influential members of the California Senate Appropriations Committee to urge the defeat of SB927 in the committee. The legislation would require insurance professionals and companies to provide confusing and costly disclosures that have no practical benefit for consumers. It would also result in increased litigation and higher costs for California consumers. Previously, NAIFA and coalition partners including the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) and the Association of California Life and Health Insurance Companies (ACLHIC) offered amendments that would address many of the bill’s unworkable provisions.
NAIFA is the only association for insurance and financial advisors with ongoing advocacy efforts in all 50 state capitals. Our state advocacy works on behalf of agents and advisors, their businesses, their clients, and consumers to encourage public policy that promotes financial security for all.