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The New York City comptroller issued a report today calling auto insurance rates in the Big Apple “highway robbery” and called on Eliot Spitzer, the state’s governor-elect, to take action.

Insurance trade groups reacted to Comptroller William C. Thompson Jr.’s report, “Highway Robbery: The High Cost of Automobile Insurance in New York,” by suggesting that rates were high because of government logjams and overregulation. One called the report flawed.

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