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Equipping Homeowners for Floods

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According to Director of the Water & Climate Team at the Natural Resources Defense Council Rob Moore, the existing National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is not equipped to handle the financial reality of today’s storms.

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How to Improve the NFIP

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As flood risk and damage from hurricanes increases, how can the National Flood Insurance Program adapt to the changes with the September 30 authorization deadline approaching?

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NFIP Has Paid over $1B in Florida since Irma

Despite the high payouts from the National Flood Insurance Program, officials are still urging Florida homeowners, renters and business owners to contact their insurance agent and insure their properties from flooding.

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Two Bills Approved to Reform, Reauthorize NFIP

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The House Financial Services Committee unanimously approved a markup of eight bills  this week aimed to make homeownership more affordable and sustainable, including two bills to reform and reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Among the bills approved were ...

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