An insurance trade group urged Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco today to veto a measure that would raise the minimum requirement for motorists’ auto liability insurance.

The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America is calling on Gov. Blanco to reject the bill, which secured final approval yesterday. The group argues against what it says is a “dramatic” increase in insurance limits that would increase auto insurance premiums for more than 40 percent of Louisiana drivers.

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