AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. (Nov. 14, 2012) – Representatives from a broad coalition of taxpayer watchdog groups and free-market and environmental organizations will address how government-subsidized property insurance programs both in Florida and at the federal level continue to put taxpayers, consumers and the environment at great peril during a press conference tomorrow on Amelia Island, Fla.

Participants will also discuss meaningful and realistic reform proposals to address these issues and will be available for questions.

Florida Wildlife Federation, Friends of the Earth, and Sea Turtle Conservancy are state and national environmental advocacy organizations. The James Madison Institute and R Street Institute are, respectively, Florida and Washington-based free-market public policy research organizations. Taxpayers for Common Sense is a taxpayer watchdog group based in Washington, DC.

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