SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO APPOINT A COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE PRESENT STATUS OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANIES IN DELAWARE.
WHEREAS, many citizens of the State of Delaware have indicated their concern with the present status of automobile insurance companies including the cost of coverage, the amount of coverage and the cancellation of coverage;
BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the 123rd General Assembly of the State of Delaware, the House of Representatives concurring therein that the members request the Governor to consider the appointment of a special committee to study the status of automobile insurance companies of the state.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this committee might be composed of five members. One member shall be a resident of Sussex County, one member shall be a resident of Kent County, one member shall be a resident of New Castle County outside the City of Wilmington, one member shall be a resident of the City of Wilmington and one member shall serve at-large, one member shall be a member of the banking and insurance committee of the Senate and one member shall be a member of the banking and insurance committee of the House of Representatives, and that each member shall be knowledgeable in the insurance field;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the said committee be requested, upon the completion of its study, to make recommendations to the Governor for any legislation which would improve the entire system.
Became a law on March 1, 1966 without the approval of the Governor and in accordance with Section 18, Article 3, as amended, of the Constitution of Delaware,