Allstate can once again sell auto insurance in Florida, now that an appellate court has stayed a ban from the Florida Insurance Commissioner. Commissioner McCarty is peeved over Allstate’s continuing refusal to comply with a subpoena for documents that might prove that the insurer flooded consumers in hurricane-prone areas with higher rates. [Chicago Tribune]
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