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(Studio: Katie Couric) The record number of acres destroyed by the wildfires in California cited.
(Rancho Bernardo: Sandra Hughes) The insurance problems for those whose homes were destroyed by last year's California wildfires examined; scenes shown of homes being rebuilt; various money statistics cited. [Allstate policyholders Patricia BENNETT, Mark EMERY - talk about their insurance.] [United Policyholders director Amy BACH- explains the approach of insurance companies and why they got fined.] The lawsuits claiming Allstate uses an unfair business model noted. [Allstate corporate relations Bob DANIELS- defends the policies.]
- Couric, Katie;
- Hughes, Sandra
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