IBAO calls for reintroduction of tow legislation with Liberal majority

By CTAR Staff

Toronto, Ontario — June 16, 2014 — The Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO) is calling for the Ontario Liberal government to reintroduce tow legislation that died with the calling of the spring election resulting in a majority government for the Party.

With their election and a new majority mandate in tow, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne quickly pledged to reconvene the legislature within two weeks to reintroduce the Party’s 2014-2015 provincial budget, the same pledge that triggered the spring election in the first place.

“The IBAO looks forward to working the new Liberal government to continue where the past minority government left off,” the organization said in a release. “In particular we would like to see the reintroduction of legislation formerly known as Bills 171 and 189 to continue the responsible reforms needed to combat fraud and lower auto insurance rates for consumers.”

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