Testimony In SUPPORT of SB 92
Marc Hyden

Testimony from:

Marc Hyden, Director of State Government
Affairs, R Street Institute

In SUPPORT of SB 92, “AN ACT To amend
various titles of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated so as to…

, Insider Advantage
Georgia Law: Fall behind on student loans, lose your job
Marc Hyden

In 2015, Debra Curry — nurse and mother of six — received a notice from the government in the mail. It informed her that she risked losing her registered nurse license because she had…

Testimony on Loans and Licensing
Marc Hyden

In SUPPORT of HB 42, “AN ACT To amend various titles of the
Official Code of Georgia Annotated so as to prohibit professional licensing
boards from refusing to issue a license or suspending or…

Johnny Isakson voices bottled-up frustration over immigration
Media Coverage

From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Among those who put their signatures at the bottom of the letter: Marc Hyden of the R Street Institute; Randy Hicks of Georgia Center for Opportunity;…

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Georgia’s Insurance Regulation Needs Improvement
R.J. Lehmann & Marc Hyden

Like the underachieving student in the back of the class, Georgia recently earned a C grade for its regulation of the insurance market, as laid out in the annual Insurance Regulation Report Card…

, Carolina Journal
Massive storms test state and federal insurance plans
Media Coverage

From Carolina Journal:
The plan has more than 190,000 policies with $71.7 billion in total exposure. Before Hurricane Florence made landfall, R.J. Lehmann, senior fellow and director of finance,…

, Business Insurance
Florence drenches the Carolinas in test of flood insurance policies
Media Coverage

From Business Insurance:
Florence is “going to end up in terms of actual economic loss among the largest floods in U.S. history and probably even larger in terms of economic loss than Sandy,”…

Legislature’s Inaction on Homeowner’s Insurance Will Cost Floridians
Marc Hyden

Florida homeowners are in for some unwelcome news. Insurance rates appear poised to surge yet again. The state-run Citizens Property Insurance Corp. will consider an average statewide premium…

, Insurance Journal
Florence could overwhelm NC Beach Plan’s ability to pay
R.J. Lehmann

A half-decade of growth for the North Carolina Insurance Underwriting Association could come to a catastrophic climax this week, with the impending arrival of Hurricane Florence. Packing 140 mph…