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|11/16/2023 Mayor Bowser Announces District to Receive $62 Million from the U.S. Treasury Department to Support Small Businesses|
|11/06/2023 District of Columbia Joins Multiple States in $10 Million Settlement with Robinhood for Failing Investors|
|10/19/2023 DC and State Regulators Recoup Overcharges From Precious Metal Company for Deceptive Activity|
|10/10/2023 DC Announces 2024 Health Insurance Rates; District Review Nets Almost $3 Million in Savings as 50% of Insurers Decreased Rates|
|05/23/2023 Insurers File Proposed Rates for 2024 District of Columbia Health Plan Offerings|
|05/24/2023 DISB Testimony Prior Authorization Reform Amendment Act of 2023|
|02/08/2023 Fiscal Years 2022-2023 Performance Oversight Hearing|
|10/25/2022 Associate Commissioner Philip Barlow’s Testimony for Council Hearing on Three Insurance-related Bills: The Medical Malpractice Clarification Amendment Act of 2022 (B24-0829), the Reproductive Health Care Insurance Coverage Expansion Amendment Act of 2022|
|09/22/2022 Commissioner Woods’ Testimony for Council Hearing on Bill 24-558: Stop Discrimination by Algorithms Act of 2021|
|03/07/2022 DISB Written Testimony for Council Hearing on the Professional Employer Organization Registration Act of 2021|
|06/15/2021 Bowser Urges Vigilance in Protecting Seniors on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day|
|05/28/2021 Health Insurance Fraud Totaling $3.8M Results In Prison Sentence|
|05/19/2021 DC health insurance marketplace: history and news of the state’s exchange|
|04/22/2021 DISB Celebrates April as Financial Literacy Month with Free Resources for District Residents|
|04/19/2021 Insurance in a Time of Transition: Highlights From the 16th Annual NFI Insurance Public Policy Summit|
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DISB Consumer Resources
DISB Consumer Resources
A resource to help students and families identify their expenses and funding sources for education.
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DISB reviews health insurance rate filings and welcomes public participation.
DISB provides this resource to help residents locate missing or lost insurance policies and annuity contracts.
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DISB speaks to the public on a broad range of issues related to the industries we regulate.
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