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FAIR's Neal: Future of Flood Market Depends on Access to Data

Jay Neal, president and CEO, Florida Association for Insurance Reform, said the state's flood market is attracting additional private coverage, but said long-term solutions mean access to data and protection for those who could lose coverage.

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