The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund’s advisory board Tuesday certified that its potential claims-paying obligation for the final half of the year is $18.77 billion, of which $9.36 billion could be raised through municipal bonds.

Twice a year the board must affirm how much in claims it could legally be required to pay and how much of that would be raised through the sale of bonds to support the payment of claims.

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