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Florida authorities said last week that Allstate is the latest insurer to be subpoenaed for information and testimony about homeowners’ rates in an ongoing investigation that is examining possible collusion by insurance groups.

Subpoenas have been served on 10 Allstate companies doing business in Florida by the state Office of Insurance Regulation, which said it has directed their management to appear for two days of public hearings Jan. 15-16, 2008 in the state capitol at Tallahassee.

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