Slabbed Daily June 23: Is Louisiana’s Insurance Market Really Healthy?

So who is right, the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board who termed Louisiana’s private market “thriving” or our new Bermudan money changing friends fronted by the Competitive Enterprise Institute that our own Commish likes so well who last week gave Louisiana’s insurance market an F. (h/t Editilla)

Louisiana is one of six states receiving an “F” on a newly released report card ranking states’ insurance climates.

The report card, which was jointly released by The Heartland Institute and the Competitive Enterprise Institute, found that consumers in Louisiana, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts and New York pay more for homeowners coverage that is inferior. Each of those states was awarded an F.


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