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Hood-State Farm Court Battled Is Settled

State Farm is settling its dispute with Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood over his criminal investigation of the insurer's Hurricane Katrina claims handling practices. A federal judge today says State Farm has agreed to withdraw a lawsuit that accused Hood of violating a January 2007 agreement to end his probe of allegations that the company's fraudulently denied claims after the hurricane. U.S. District Judge David Bramlette announced the deal in court today but offered no details.
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