Conn. attorney general wants answers on insurers' shutter policy

09/1/2006 | Stamford Advocate (Conn.), The

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has issued subpoenas for nine insurers, questioning their policy of requiring homeowners to install shutters that can cost up to $100,000 per house. "I need to know whether these outrageous conditions reflect coincidence or coordinated behavior," Blumenthal said.

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