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Allstate is still reviewing yesterday’s order from Louisiana’s insurance commissioner to reinstate more than 4,700 policies of homeowners with hurricane damage which the company cancelled, a company spokeswoman said.

Kate Hollcraft, a spokeswoman for the Northbrook, Ill.-based insurer, said the company has made no decision on how it will respond to an order issued yesterday by Louisiana Commissioner of Insurance Jim Donelon to reinstate more than 4,700 homeowner policyholders canceled by the company recently.

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