PHOENIX — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed a bill that would have
allowed insurance companies to drop drivers from their coverage if their car was
driven mostly out of the state.
The bill would have affected college students and snow birds who are insured in
Arizona but who drive their cars out of the state for long periods of time.
House Bill 2327 was passed as a last-minute amendment in the Senate and failed
in the House but was brought back for reconsideration and passed.
Brewer said wording in the bill is too vague and could have unintended
Arizona law prohibits insurers from canceling a policy based on location of