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Cat Panel: 2017 Disasters Showed Building Code Soft Spots, Modeling Limits

As final numbers arrive from 2017's run of catastrophes, insurance representatives at the Inland Marine Underwriters Association's annual conference say they've learned how construction codes in Texas lag those in Florida.

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