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Florida Citizens Property Insurance Corp. is going back to offering some coverage it pulled back on as part of a massive property insurance bill in 2011, and other recent steps meant to reduce exposure.

SB 408—and the other state-government-supported measures to cut down on Citizens’ overburdened book of business—resulted in several “unintended consequences,” says Citizens spokesman Michael Peltier. Therefore, the last-resort insurer must step into its role to provide insurance for those with no place left to turn.

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