Midwestern states cracking down on 'stormchaser' contractors

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Iowa is the latest Midwestern state to consider a bill that would rein in contractors who use high-pressure tactics to sign on customers after damaging storms.

April 27, 2012

Iowa is the latest Midwestern state to consider a bill that would rein in contractors who use high-pressure tactics to sign on customers after damaging storms. The bill is part of a growing movement against the practice over the past two years. Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota have passed similar laws, and Wisconsin and Kansas have considered such bills.

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