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November 21, 2013 9:01 AM

Homeowners' insurance remains excessive in SC

Comments made at a recent hearing by the former director of the state Department of Insurance, Scott Richardson of Hilton Head Island, underlie the conventional wisdom that prevails in the regulation of insurance matters in South Carolina. He states that if regulation is imposed on insurance companies, they will leave the state.

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