Anticoercion Law

Anticoercion Law

A law or clause within a law forbidding coercion (the use of threats, intimidation, or deceit to force an action) in insurance and other businesses. Most U.S. states have adopted a version of the NAIC Unfair Trade Practices Act, which includes an anticoercion law.
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Bush's first year in office in 2001, then-Secretary of State Colin Powell determined that supporting UNFPA did not violate the Kemp-Kasten anticoercion law and made the decision to continue funding the agency.
Bush's first year in office in 2001, then--Secretary of State Colin Powell determined that supporting UNFPA did not violate the Kemp-Kasten anticoercion law and made the decision to continue funding the agency.