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A Fla. homeowner takes a photo of a home devastated by flood waters after torrential rains. (AP Photo/G.M. Andrews)

Florida Citizens officials are concerned that recently approved rate cuts may make the state-run insurer more competitive with private insurers, reports the Palm Beach Post. The worry is this could conflict with goals of moving as many customers as possible out of the state’s insurer of last resort.

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