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Yesterday, I commented on the legal problems confronting Allstate in Missouri over its refusal to release a controversial consultants’ report that some charge prompted the “good hands” people to flash their fists at claimants. Now the battle has spilled over into Florida, where Allstate has seen its authority to write new business suspended entirely in a confrontation over property insurance rates. The Florida commissioner is asking to see that same McKinsey report, which must contain some pretty damning evidence to be guarded so jealously by Allstate.

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