Bill mandates insurance credit for reduced fire risk

JOHN BOURQUE, above, president of HB Alarm Co. in Cranston, might benefit if 
lawmakers mandate that businesses get insurance credits for reducing the risk of fire.  /
JOHN BOURQUE, above, president of HB Alarm Co. in Cranston, might benefit if lawmakers mandate that businesses get insurance credits for reducing the risk of fire. /
Rhode Island lawmakers are working on legislation that would give reduced insurance rates to businesses that install or upgrade fire-suppression and -prevention systems or equipment, although industry representatives say most insurance companies already do so. Reps. Joseph A. Trillo, R-Warwick, and Bruce J. Long, R-Middletown, have sponsored a bill that would require insurers to provide…

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