Florida Legislators Tackle Windstorm Damage

Florida legislators voted Tuesday to reduce homeowner insurance rates and give relief to taxpayers who have been faced with rising insurance rates in the wake of two consecutive years of significant hurricane activity. Though the state didn't get hit with any major storms in 2006, the previous two seasons brought the likes of hurricanes Ivan, Frances, Charlie, Jean and Wilma, to name a few. The outcome of the legislative meetings earlier this week were big news both in the state and elsewhere.

CLICK HERE to read the New York Times coverage, "Florida Acts to Lower Home Insurance Cost."

CLICK HERE to read the (Ft. Lauderdale) Sun Sentinel coverage, "Legislators Pass Plan Promising 10 to 55 percent Cuts in Property Insurance Rates."

CLICK HERE to read the (Ft. Lauderdale) Sun Sentinel coverage, "Reform Leaves Some with Uneasy Feeling."

CLICK HERE to read DuPont's press release about the news, "Florida Passes New Legislation to Reduce Windstorm Insurance in Advance of 2007 Hurricane Season."


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