Ohio lawmakers should think twice before banning the use of credit information in insurance rate-setting and underwriting.
Letter from Washington: Flood reform a rare opportunity for bipartisanshipWith Congress facing record-low approval ratings and voters complaining about partisan rancor, bringing a floor vote on reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program should offer a rare opportunity for the parties to work together.
Former realtors' lobbyist calls flood program a 'boondoggle'Jimmy Williams, a former lobbyist for the National Association of Realtors, laid out how lobbying is done to NPR's Planet Money program, including what he called the "horrifying" National Flood Insurance Program.
FIRE Podcast-Ian Bremmer: The rising threat of state capitalismYing Ma, a Heartland Institute policy advisor, interviews Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, about state capitalism and the global battle between the state and the free market.
Florida leaders rally for PIP reformAs Gov. Rick Scott pushes his "four pillars" of auto insurance reform, a bill that would radically overhaul the current Florida system has moved through its second House subcommittee.
Why insider trading bans are ill-defined and harmful to marketsFederal prosecutors this month leveled insider trading charges against Level Global Investors LP co-founder Anthony Chiasson and other fund managers. But some economists question whether such activities should be considered crimes.