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Stronger, statewide building codes could prevent extensive damage from hurricanes.

Future hurricane damage should be less severe thanks to actions by policymakers in Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and Florida, where stronger new building codes could protect property from excessive damage.

Mississippi. Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney, Governor Phil Bryant, the state legislature, and Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) worked with a broad-based coalition to enact the state’s first statewide building code.

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