TULSA, Okla. - QUICK FACTS:
- Thursday, Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready issued a bulletin to insurance companies in Oklahoma, encouraging them to work with and assist customers affected by the partial government shutdown.
- Policyholders are encouraged to call their insurance companies as soon as possible to make arrangements for payments until the shutdown is over.
“I would hope that insurance companies aid those affected by this shutdown with positive solutions to possible delay in pay,” said Mulready. “The last thing we want is for their policies to lapse.”
- Policyholders who pay premiums with a bank draft or electronic funds transfer arrangement are advised to contact their financial institution to discontinue these payments.
- General Mills recalls 5-pound bags Gold Medal Unbleached Flour over salmonella fears
- Sign up for free FOX23 Newsletters
- Trump says he will deliver State of the Union after the shutdown ends
- FOLLOW FOX23 on Facebook for updates in your news feed
- Arkansas high school student suspended for wearing Confederate flag shirt
- DOWNLOAD the FOX23 News app for updates sent to your phone.
© 2019 Cox Media Group.