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Flood Insurance

Flood Insurance On Tuesday the House considered H.R. 2874, the 21st Century Flood Reform Act. This legislation extends the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) for five years. Authorization for the program expires on December 8th. While the NFIP is in need of … Continue reading

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Flood Insurance–Diverse Views

Federal Flood insurance is a tough issue. Conservatives would like to end the program or at least make it pay for itself. However, many legislators, both Republicans and Democrats, are leery of insurance costs so high as to put large … Continue reading

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A Conversation with an Insurance Agent

There has never been a fire in my neighborhood since I moved here. Look, there is a hydrant just across the street. My house is pretty much fireproof, and my family is very careful. Can’t you give me a lower … Continue reading

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