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Key Races to Watch

Though just a fraction of the races we are involved with going into the Fall, the ones identified below are a good representation of the types of races PIFPAC is involved in. Polling is extremely tight in each district and candidates on both sides are sure to be well funded. Senate District 10– This seat …

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2022 Legislative Snapshot

Collaboration Gets Results: PIFC worked closely with the Consumer Attorneys of California to pass a two-bill package to address insurance and litigation reform.  Governor Newsom recently signed both bills into law. SB 1155 (Caballero) – Creates new law that settlement demands remain open for 30 business days prior to the filing of litigation and must …

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PIFPAC Wins!

AB 1755 (Levine) Homeowners’ insurance: home hardening (Mandatory Insurance) Assembly Bill 1755 would have mandated insurers to issue a homeowners’ insurance policy to any homeowner who has hardened their home against fire, regardless of the home’s location, on and after January 1, 2025. The California Department of Insurance (CDI), which has no expertise in fire …

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Legislation in 2022

Your PIFC team has been busy tracking bills that could affect the way you do business in California. Below is a list of bills that we have been actively engaged on in 2022.  Because PIFPAC and our members are such a strong political force in Sacramento and throughout the state, our legislative advocates can always …

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California Redistricting

California voters now have the new districts they will use to elect their members of Congress and state legislators after the California Citizen’s Redistricting Commission voted unanimously on Dec. 20 to approve its final maps. Every 10 years, with the completion of a new census, California must redraw electoral district boundaries to ensure the state’s …

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Historic $15 Billion Response

With wildfires continuing to wreak havoc on California, major investments have been made to help protect lives and property. On September 23, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a $15 billion climate package for California. It is the largest of its kind in state history. The package includes investments in forest management, climate risk mitigation and …

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Redistricting and 2020 Census Results: What does it mean for California?

The U.S. Constitution designates the census as the method used to apportion seats in the House of Representatives, which since 1929 has been permanently capped at 435 districts. Each state is allotted a portion of these seats based on the size of its population relative to the other states. Redistricting is done once every ten …

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