The new law will soon prohibit insurers from charging higher premiums or denying coverage based solely on a dog's breed.
June 14, 2021 at 08:05 AM
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On June 2, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed Nevada Senate Bill 103 into law. The new law will soon prohibit insurers from charging higher premiums or denying coverage based solely on a dog’s breed.
According to the language of the bill, SB 103 will officially prohibit an insurer from “refusing to issue, canceling, refusing to renew or increasing the premium or rate for certain policies of insurance on the sole basis of the specific breed or mixture of breeds of a dog.”
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