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The regulator leading the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ controversial effort to collect insurer climate risk data said companies will be given lots of leeway in responding. But carrier groups–already leery about the possible exposures they’ll face by participating–are also alarmed about how the survey might be implemented should a particular state not fully cooperate.

Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Joel Ario, who chairs the NAIC’s Climate Change and Global Warming Task Force, addressed the issue last week during a Climate Risk Summit here.

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