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Insurance agents: New rules will cost jobs

Changes eliminate special niche for high-risk coverage

Insurance Commissioner Nonnie S. Burnes. Insurance Commissioner Nonnie S. Burnes. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff/ File 2007)
By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / March 12, 2009

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At a raucous Beacon Hill meeting yesterday, more than 100 insurance agents told Insurance Commissioner Nonnie S. Burnes that rules taking effect April 1 will put them out of business and increase the number of uninsured drivers on Massachusetts roads. (Full article: 625 words)

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