Are the following accepted to be authoritative resources: National Association of Insurance Commissioners & the Center for Insurance policy
The following instructions were placed by my instrutorIncludes citations and references to at least four peer-reviewed articles or authoritative sources (the latter include government and major NGO organization (e.g., OECD or WHO) data bases; reports of organizations such as Pew Research, Robert Woods Johnson Foundation; RAND Corporation, and similar organizations.)
This shows in my Ask-a-librarian system as an unanswered question but I thought I'd answered. I'm sorry if I didn't but, in general, you need to evaluate ALL sources of information (even journal articles).
So-- what are issues that you might encounter with an industry advocacy site? Think about reports from the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association. Would you trust everything they wrote? Me, I'm cynical. I would expect a certain degree of bias.
Same thing with the group you mentioned-- I would be highly suspect of their data and interpretations. And I would want alternative perspectives.
I'm sorry if I didn't get back to you. I thought I'd ansered this, but March was a particularly crazy month.