In continuing news:

The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (FLOIR) and NCCI have filed legal briefs refuting arguments that they calculated Florida’s recent 14.5 percent rate hike in violation of the state’s Sunshine Law, which dictates rules for transparency and public meetings in government. Previously, James Fee, a Miami workers’ compensation attorney fighting the increase (plus a group of press and press-freedom organizations) had argued in their own briefs that NCCI was obliged to open its internal deliberations to public debate, given the organization’s near-exclusive influence over ratemaking in Florida.

Further coverage via Florida Politics here.

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