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California expands moratorium on insurance nonrenewals to further 200,000 homes

California's Department of Insurance expanded its one-year ban on insurers dropping policies for homes in wildfire-hit areas to include 200,000 more homes, including in San Bernardino County and Northern California, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The moratorium, issued Dec. 5, originally required insurers to cover over 800,000 residential policies for homes near wildfire-hit areas. The expansion resulted from the addition of ZIP codes affected by fires that occurred later in the 2019 season, and also includes homes in Contra Costa, Solano and Ventura counties.