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Louisiana’s insurance market is showing signs of improvement, with indications that the number of policyholders in its insurer of last resort is declining, but conditions are still difficult, the state’s insurance regulator said.

Louisiana Department of Insurance Commissioner James J. Donelon, in an interview, said he told a realtor’s group in New Orleans that his agency is working to attract more insurers to the state. “We are truly beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, and that is not an oncoming freight train.”

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