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McGowan's Marshall: Active Shooter Coverage Getting Built Into Risk Reviews

Paul Marshall, director, active shooter/workplace violence, McGowan Program Administrators, said like cyber coverage, active shooter coverage is becoming a required element in client discussions at many agencies and brokerages.

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