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Town Hall on Session 2013
Tue February 5, 2013
Ask Us Anything: Archive Of Our Online Chat With Citizens Property Insurance
The price of property insurance in Florida keeps going up -- such that some homeowners are getting second mortgages or dropping coverage all together. The state created Citizens Property Insurance to be the insurer of last resort for Florida homeowners. But plans to shrink Citizens by loaning money to private insurance companies and allegations of corporate misconduct have sparked outcries by some state officials and the public alike.
What do you want to know about insuring Florida's homes?
Pose your questions to Citizens Property Insurance legislative and external affairs director, Christine Ashburn, and Toluse Olorunnipa, Tallahassee reporter for The Miami Herald. They will be discussing this topic Thursday, Feb. 7th from noon to 1pm on this site.
Post your questions below or Tweet @WLRN with the hashtag #FL2013.
This conversation is part of the Town Hall project on Session 2013, a collaboration between WLRN Radio and The Miami Herald, supported by Global Integrity. In addition to the online chats, we will be hosting a Town Hall with state legislative leaders on Monday, February 25 at 6:30pm. Reserve your seat now.
Citizens Property Insurance