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NU Online News Service, Sept. 3, 10:28 a.m. EDT

Allstate agents in Florida said the insurance company is attempting to reintroduce auto insurance-related quotas in order for agents to keep their ability to place property policies with other companies.

In meetings held throughout Florida, company managers allegedly said agents “must write 0.7 autos for every brokered property policy they write in the expanded market program,” according to an e-mail newsletter from the National Association of Professional Allstate Agents (NAPAA).

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