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Hunter-Sam.bmpJ. Robert Hunter, insurance director of the Consumer Federation of America, is challenging state regulators to ban the anti-concurrent-causation clause that left many people with both water and wind damage from Hurricane Katrina up the proverbial creek. He contends the clause is impossible for average consumers to understand, while unfairly denying homeowners coverage for clear wind-related losses. What do you think?

(For the full story behind Mr. Hunter’s latest campaign, click here.)

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