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Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo: Shutterstock.com) Florida Supreme Court in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

The  Florida Supreme Court agreed to hear a constitutional challenge to a 2016 state law that put new requirements on life-insurance companies to determine whether policyholders have died and to contact beneficiaries.

Four insurers went to the Supreme Court last year after a divided First District Court of Appeal upheld the law. The Supreme Court issued an order Monday saying it would take up the dispute, though it did not set a date for oral arguments.

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