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Insurance groups are hoping the State Farm class action agreement to settle hurricane damage claims for hundreds of Mississippians will put an end to anti-insurance rhetoric along the Gulf Coast.

“This settlement is a forward moving event that’s in the best interests of State Farm’s policyholders and rebuilding the Gulf,” said Nancy Grover, a spokesperson for the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, adding, “it doesn’t further these efforts to engage in political posturing at this time.”

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