Each spring, FAIA holds its annual Legislative Fly-In, where agents learn first-hand about issues and legislation that could affect their business and the industry’s future, and help advance FAIA’s legislative goals by meeting with their legislators to share concerns or show support. Young Agents Council members arrive the day before for the YAC Political Summit.
The 2015 Legislative Fly-In takes place March 17–18 at Hotel Duval. FAIA's advocacy team is gearing up for a busy year with many major issues on the radar. Among the priorities are plans to work with Citizens on amending the FMAP statute to prevent its misuse or abuse, and supporting legislation that allows personal lines licenses to be granted through qualifying means other than the state exam. The team will also look to address the fallout from the recent Tiara vs. March case.
Looking for the agenda? You'll find it here.
Wear your FAIA Fly-In shirt to the Capitol for visits with legislators.
Visit the YAC Political Summit page for Monday and Tuesday morning's schedule.
Guests are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. The room block at Hotel Duval, the host hotel, is already full, as is the room block at the Aloft. Contact FAIA if you need help finding a room.
Registration is $50 and covers Tuesday night
party, breakfast Wednesday, meeting materials, and a long-sleeve dress shirt
for Wednesday's visit with legislators. Attendees are responsible for all
other expenses, including travel and hotel. Though it's not too late to register, the deadline for ordering the shirt has past.
Registrar: Ashlee JessupPlanner: Cindy Molnar