|By The Palm Beach Post, Fla.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Cut-rate coverage would be risky, but it could help some homeowners who remain underwater on their mortgage. Cut-rate coverage, though, should come at a cut-rate price, right? Not to Citizens.
Regulators say the policy should cost about 28 percent less than the standard coverage. Citizens responded that the policy couldn't be that cheap, or maybe they wouldn't offer it at all. A compromise may be coming, but the attitude still is bad.
Chief Financial Officer
Those problems, though, predate current President
If those four political leaders want change from Citizens, they can demand it from the existing board members -- or replace them.
for The Post Editorial Board
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