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vulture clause

vulture clause
 n.— «Crist termed it the “vulture clause” because private companies could conceivably offer someone in Citizens a rate that was 24 percent higher and the homeowner would be forced to accept it.» —“Insurance plan marks first test for governor” by Jason Garcia in Tallahassee Orlando Sentinel (Florida) Jan. 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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