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California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner recently met with agricultural leaders from around the Fresno County area to discuss the January 2007 crop freeze and to review the status of freeze-related insurance claims.

The meeting took place at Bee Sweet Citrus packing house, which is only partially operating now as a result of crop losses from the freeze. Poizner declared a state of insurance emergency in January resulting in an impressive response from more than 170 out-of-state insurance adjusters, who helped in avoiding advanced economic disaster.

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