Insurance contracts written in English would be the only legally-binding version of agreements between companies and customers in Arizona under a bill approved by the state legislature.
Arizona House Bill 2083 would make the English version of home, life, and automobile policies the valid contract in the event of a dispute.
The bill passed the Arizona Senate, 17-11, on a party-line vote with Republicans in support, and now awaits Gov. Doug Ducey’s signature or veto.
Insurance lobbyists from Nationwide, Farmers, Geico, and State Farm support the bill.
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