VETO POWER: Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday vetoed an attempt to make Citizens Property Insurance more consumer-friendly as it pushes homeowners to private companies. The proposal (HB 1087) would have required Citizens to send homeowners several offers for private insurance, rather than one at a time, so they could make comparisons between rates. And it would have limited Citizens to contacting a policyholder only twice per year.
VETO POWER: Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday vetoed an attempt to make Citizens Property Insurance more consumer-friendly as it pushes homeowners to private companies. The proposal (HB 1087) would have required Citizens to send homeowners several offers for private insurance, rather than one at a time, so they could make comparisons between rates. And it would have limited Citizens to contacting a policyholder only twice per year. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP
VETO POWER: Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday vetoed an attempt to make Citizens Property Insurance more consumer-friendly as it pushes homeowners to private companies. The proposal (HB 1087) would have required Citizens to send homeowners several offers for private insurance, rather than one at a time, so they could make comparisons between rates. And it would have limited Citizens to contacting a policyholder only twice per year. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP

Gov. Rick Scott vetoes Citizens Property Insurance consumer protections

June 02, 2015 7:12 PM

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