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March 24, 2012 10:01 PM

Proposed bills aim to end Georgia’s high national metal theft ranking

ATLANTA -- Insurers get more metal theft claims from Georgia than almost any other state in the country, no matter the size. That insurance cost is one of the reasons state legislators have spent the year wrangling and negotiating over two different metal theft bills. They only have a few more days to decide or lose the chance for this year.

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