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In addition to appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court, Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp. has filed a temporary restraining order to prevent its bank from paying a $104.6 million judgment state courts say it owes.

In an exclusive interview, Lousiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon breaks the news that the state’s wind pool will have to give up its fight against a $100 million policyholder judgment.

A new memo from the U.S. Justice Department finds that the 50-year-old federal Wire Act only applies to sports betting, potentially clearing the way for in-state gambling over the Internet.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice J. Michael Eakin delivered a six-page decision vacating an insurance fraud conviction entirely in rhyming verse.