Florida's state-run insurance organizations have sufficientresources to help affected cities and towns rebuild in the wake ofHurricane Irma, according to Moody's InvestorServices.

That firm's Credit Outlook released Monday, Sept. 11, 2017,arrived days after Irma laid waste to several islands in theCaribbean. Irma was downgraded to from a Category 5 storm toCategory 4 after it reached the Florida Keys on Sept. 10, 2017. Butit still left destruction in its path across the SunshineState.

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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

Elana Ashanti Jefferson serves as ALM's PropertyCasualty360 Group Chief Editor. She is a veteran journalist and communications professional. Reach her by sending an e-mail to [email protected].