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John Rimer of Lawrence, Ga., goes through the rubble of his sister's apartment on Jan. 20, 1994, in Santa Monica, Calif., which was destroyed in a gas explosion following a 6.7-magnitude earthquake. (Photo: Lynne Sladky/AP Photo)

The California Earthquake Authority (CEA) has rolled out new options to help make earthquake insurance more affordable and convenient for state residents.

The Sacramento-based CEA is a not-for-profit earthquake insurance provider and writes 75% of the residential earthquake-insurance policies in California.

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