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A report that Florida’s catastrophe funds have over $2 trillion in loss exposure will be clarified in the future, according to officials from the state’s insurance department.

An e-mail from Brittany Benner, deputy director of communications for the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR), stated that Belinda Miller, deputy commissioner of property and casualty for the OIR, has been in touch with the Government Accountability Office about a report issued last month.

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