Independent Insurance Agents of Nebraska






From IIAN's Legislative Committee and

Health Insurance Exchange Task Force

May 1, 2013


Tell Senators Adams & Gloor To Bring LB 568 To The Floor For Up-or-Down Vote This Week

Dear Big "I" Member: 


Thanks to all of you who have already contacted your Nebraska Senator to support LB 568 - the Health Insurance Exchange Navigator Licensure Act!   Nebraska needs LB 568 to become law to protect Nebraska insurance consumers and preserve state regulation of all insurance-related activities in our state.   

Now it's "crunch time" and we may only have one chance this week to get LB 568 to the floor for an up or down vote by the entire Legislature.  Please take the time today to make two more contacts - by phone or e-mail - to Speaker Greg Adams and Sen. Mike Gloor, Chairman of the Banking, Commerce & Insurance Committee.   Five minutes of your time today will make a big difference!

We're making it easy - just click here and use these messages, put your own spin on it, and call or e-mail both Senators:

Sen. Greg Adams, Speaker - Phone: (402) 471-2756

  • Sen. Mike Gloor, Chairman, Banking, Commerce & Insurance Committee
  • Phone:  (402) 471-2617   Email:

  • And if you have not already contacted your Nebraska Senator asking him/her to vote YES on LB 568 when it comes to the floor, PLEASE DO IT TODAY! 

    Click here to find your Senator.    

    Click here for talking points you can put into your message - please put your message into your own words as much as you can.

    You can search for and read LB 568 and LB 384 - click here. 

    Call Carol McClelland at the IIAN office with questions - 1-800-377-3985.

    Even if you don't sell health insurance, we urge you to help support LB 568 because it is good public policy, and provides state regulation of insurance for all Nebraska insurance consumers.


    Thank You!


    Please let us know who you contacted and any feedback you received - it just takes a minute!

    Thank you!


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