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Virginia Offers Guidance for Policyholders in Wake of Tropical Storm Isaias
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The Virginia State Corporation Commission’s (SCC) Bureau of Insurance is encouraging policyholders that sustained property damage from Tropical Storm Isaias to contact their insurance company or agent as soon as possible to file a claim. The Bureau is reminding Virginians …

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Delaware Issues Insurance Reminders After Tropical Storm Isaias
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Tropical Storm Isaias produced tornado activity, heavy rain and flooding, hail and strong winds throughout Delaware, causing significant destruction in several Delaware communities, according to a press release issued by the Delaware Insurance Department. Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro visited residents …

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Nevada Passes COVID-19 Liability and Worker Protection Deal
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Nevada lawmakers voted to shield certain industries from coronavirus-related legal liability and require hotels and casinos to enact worker protection measures after days of complicated negotiations with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s office and the state’s most powerful labor and business interests. …

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Americans Becoming More Leery of Autonomous Technologies
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Americans are becoming less comfortable with the idea of driverless transportation. A new report from an American Automobile Association (AAA) indicates that consumer trust in these vehicles has quickly eroded over the past few years. Today, three-quarters (73 percent) of …

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Louisiana Teachers Positive for Virus Days Before School
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Since returning to their classrooms to prepare for the opening of in-person instruction next week, a “handful” of Jefferson Parish teachers have tested positive for the coronavirus, a newspaper reported this week, citing school officials. The exact number of infections …

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Saudi defers to renew pact to supply oil to Pak
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Saudi defers to renew pact to supply oil to PakAn agreement between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia for provision of $3.2 billion worth of oil on deferred payments per annum has expired two months ago and decision about its renewal remains pending with Riyadh, according to leading Pak daily The Express Tribune.

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Venezuela court jails two U.S. ex-soldiers for 20 years after failed incursion
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France sends aid after Mauritius declares oil spill emergency
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18 anti-racist books that aren’t ‘White Fragility’
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This is the web version of the Broadsheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter for and about the world’s most powerful women. To get it delivered daily to your in-box, sign up here. Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Tish James takes on the NRA, Doris Buffett left a legacy of philanthropy, and we have some book suggestions. Have a relaxing […]

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