The FOX News anchor will discuss the current political landscape at the Big “I” Virtual Legislative Conference.
The Big “I" today announced that Bill Hemmer, co-anchor of FOX News Channel's “America's Newsroom," will be a featured speaker at the annual Big “I" Virtual Legislative Conference.
Hemmer will chat with Big “I" President & CEO Bob Rusbuldt on Friday, April 16, in the closing segment starting at 2 p.m. ET about small business news, the latest headlines and his perspectives from his anchor chair. Hemmer joined Fox News in 2005, and previously worked at CNN. As one of the network's top breaking news anchors, Hemmer has provided extensive live coverage of every election cycle since joining the network, including FOX's 2020 election night coverage. Hemmer has covered breaking news for FOX all over the world, including some of the biggest headlines of the last decade. Most recently, Hemmer anchored live coverage as rioters mobbed the Capitol building on Jan. 6.
“Bill will offer unique insights and perspectives from his experiences reading the pulse of the nation," says Bob Rusbuldt, Big “I" president & CEO. “I look forward to talking with him about the economy, taxes, the new Congress, the media and many more political issues and current events that affect the independent agent and broker community and small businesses."
The Big “I" Legislative Conference is the insurance industry's best-attended, most effective legislative meeting. This year's event will take place virtually April 13-16, daily at 2 p.m. ET. Sessions will run 45-60 minutes. The annual Legislative Conference provides an opportunity for Big “I" members to discuss important issues with their congressional representatives. Top topics this year include key issues for small businesses, taxes, flood insurance, health care and insurance regulatory reform.
Sue Nester is Big “I" vice president of communications.