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A road sign reading "Welcome to Florida. The Sunshine State." in front of a group of palm trees. Other proposals to raise Citizens’ rates and push homeowners toward the private market have run into opposition in the Legislature. 9Credit: Ingo70/Shutterstock)

When Florida lawmakers passed bills during a special legislative session to try to shore up the insurance industry, there no action taken to tackle issues with state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp., which holds over 850,000 policies and has had a large impact on Florida’s troubled insurance market.

Lawmakers did not make changes designed specifically to address issues such as Citizens’ growth and premiums, though parts of the overall legislation will affect Citizens like it does other insurers.

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