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Citizens Property Insurance Corp.

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  • Citizens Insurance full of dark clouds and silver linings

    What's gotten into state-run Citizens Property Insurance? All the news lately has been sunshine and rainbows. Rate cuts have been approved for next year, meaning many South Florida homeowners could actually see insurance bills drop (something rarer than a...
  • Can state-run Citizens give true Floridians a break?

    Simple questions sometimes provide great food for thought. Especially when dealing with complex issues, like Florida's windstorm insurance situation and state-run Citizens Property Insurance. So here's a question that Citizens customer Doreen Trembley...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Incentives, eyeballs and schools

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday. Hope you all had a good weekend. Here's what we're reading this morning. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at another one of Gov. Scott's 7-7-7 promises and how effective the governor has been at economic...
  • Citizens Property Insurance: Get your hands off my gubberment insurance!

     
    A Republican state senator is making a last deserate attempt to make sure people in Orlando continue subsidizing property insurance on the coast. This comes from Sen. Mike Fasano, who happens to be from New Port Richey. When last I wrote about Citizens,...
  • Rick Scott’s secret plan to blow up Citizens Property Insurance

     
    By Paige St. John, Sarasota Herald-Tribune Gov. Rick Scott has secretly pushed to kill Citizens Property Insurance before his first term ends, a goal that alarmed even representatives of private insurance companies seeking to remove Citizens as a...
  • Curse you, St. Pete Times!

     
    If you are going to make a fact error and have to write a correction, it might as well be a good one. With that said, the story in the St. Petersburg Times seemed  too good to be true. I have long ranted against the state-run Citizens Property Insurance,...
  • Senate sinks into sinkhole squabble

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Two opposing worldviews of Florida’s insurance market are clashing as the Senate debates a broad insurance de-regulatory bill that the industry has been pushing. In the new pro-industry, post-Charlie Crist chamber, senators...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Lobbying, speeding cop and Marco Rubio

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday to you all. Here's what we're reading today. * The Orlando Sentinel looks at who has been lobbying for who and for how much. * The Sun-Sentinel looks at a case where a speeding cop who caused a fatal car...
  • Senate budget chief wants to eliminate insurance industry tax break and roll back vehicle tag fees

     
    A top senator said Thursday that he will introduce legislation to eliminate a nearly 30-year-old tax break for insurance companies and use the estimated $220 million in savings to roll back the annual car registration fees paid by the state's drivers. &#...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Private prison companies, jobs, sewage, budgets

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers plan to keep discussing prisons, jobs, the courts, drugs and budgets today. The House Economic Affairs Committee leads things off at 8:30 a.m. with a dozen bills on the agenda, including an onsite sewage treatment...
  • Today in Tallahassee: Redistricting, gambling, septic tanks

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida lawmakers begin their second week of session today with redistricting action on the Senate floor and House committees vetting everything from sewage bills and homestead exemptions to murder penalties and the federal health-care...