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The main job of any reporter is to be accurate with the facts, and when we make mistakes do our best to correct and not repeat them. However, when there is a difference of opinion about the accuracy of a story we have two options–ignore the complaint, or do a follow-up. In this case, it’s the latter.

Back in March, Anna Olsen, a researcher, and Keith Porter, associate research professor in civil, environmental and architectural engineering–both from the University of Colorado in Boulder–gave a presentation about their work on the economics of demand surge during a conference on hurricane risk at Princeton University, sponsored by Willis.

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