Federal wind coverage bill clears House committee

Only time for a quick post today due to pressing matters, so here it is.  I’m a little late with this, but there were other things on which I had to post and my time is finite.  Rep. Gene Taylor’s federal multi-peril insurance bill, which would allow policyholders to purchase wind and flood coverage in a single government-backed policy passed the House Financial Services Committee last week.  This blog post cheering on the news caught my eye, in part because of a blistering attack on Mississippi Insurance Commissioner George Dale as an insurance company toadie, and partly because of the fairly provocative headline on a link to a news feature about Taylor: "State Farm’s Head on a Platter — What Gulf Coast Congressman Gene Taylor wanted the Easter Bunny to bring him." 

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