trinidad navarro Auto insurance companies block new regulations in Dover By James Dawson • Apr 5, 2017 Delaware Public Media The insurance industry scored a win after lawmakers tabled a bill in a House committee that would’ve limited how they can calculate someone’s auto premiums. Listen Listening... / 0:54 Older drivers could get break on car insurance By James Dawson • Mar 17, 2017 Delaware Public Media Auto insurance companies would no longer be able to use a person’s age, credit score, marital status and other factors when calculating someone’s premiums under a new bill being considered by the General Assembly. Delaware's ACA model could affect Obamacare repeal impact locally By Megan Pauly • Jan 20, 2017 Kaiser Family Foundation Listen Listening... / 9:55 Delaware Public Media's Megan Pauly interviews departing DHSS Sec. Rita Langdraf about possible fallout of Obamacare repeal in Delaware. Delaware is one of only six states (including New Hampshire, West Virginia, Michigan, Iowa and Illinois) using the Affordable Care Act’s state-partnership model to offer Obamacare health insurance coverage. That could be good news for Delawareans if the ACA is repealed. Data breach affects 19,000 First State insurance customers By Megan Pauly • Jan 13, 2017 Delaware Department of Insurance Delaware’s Department of Insurance is telling local consumers about security breach involving Summit Reinsurance Services, Inc. – or SummitRe – and BCS Financial Corporations. Trinidad Navarro wins First State Insurance Commissioner race By Megan Pauly • Nov 9, 2016 Megan Pauly / Delaware Pubilc Media Listen Listening... / 0:56 Listen to this story. Democrats will maintain control of the Insurance Commissioner’s office. New Castle Co. sheriff Trinidad Navarro topped Republican Jeff Cragg, outpacing Cragg by a nearly 20 percent margin. Bethany Hall-Long wins Lt. Gov. race By James Morrison • Nov 8, 2016 Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media Bethany Hall-Long will fill the vacant Lt. Governor’s office. 59 percent of voters went for the Democratic State senator compared to 41 percent for her Republican opponent LaMar Gunn. Both insurance commissioner candidates call for reform in debate By James Dawson • Oct 26, 2016 Delaware Department of Insurance While lambasting the current state insurance commissioner, both candidates running to succeed Karen Weldin Stewart (D) only took slight jabs at each other during a forum Wednesday night.