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New Life to an Old Debate

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The 2008 hurricane season was a major one, with a number of named storms making landfall across much of the Southeast. And that increased activity has underscored the growing debate over whether to create a national catastrophe plan. In these interviews with Insurance Journal's Ken St. Onge, regulators attending the National Association of Insurance Commissioners in National Harbor, Maryland explain how a national catastrophe plan would affect their states.

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