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The $2.2 billion deal will allow the Florida Cat Fund to reach its state-mandated ceiling of $7 billion to cover all storm claims in a single season. (Harvepino/Shutterstock.com)

Florida Gov. Rick Scott and members of his cabinet voted last week to add $2.2 billion of coverage to the state’s catastrophic insurance fund, according to The Tampa Bay Times. The decision was made in anticipation of what is being predicted to be another quiet hurricane season for Florida.

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