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Homeowners burned by rising fire insurance premiums

CBS News Wednesday, 20 May 2020
For homeowners confronted with increased fire threats and evacuations, there is another danger: the inability to get fire insurance. Most of the homes destroyed in California's recent wildfires were covered by insurance, but now the owners of the homes left standing are facing huge spikes in premiums. Carter Evans reports.
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