A confrontation flared yesterday between senators and the nation’s disaster agency over hikes to federal flood insurance. until their rates reflect the real risk of living in frequently inundated.
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Hensarling spokesman David Popp said the chairman wants "free-market alternatives" to the government-run flood insurance program. But allies of delaying the rate hikes demonstrated in a 281-146 vote last year in the House that they have sweeping support for delaying premium increases.
Rick Scott decried the rate hikes. pass the relief," Nelson said. "Now the question is finding the legislative vehicle and opportunity to do that given all of the stuff that is going on in the.
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The House of Representatives passed legislation Tuesday that would roll back the flood insurance rate hikes caused when legislation passed two years ago removed some subsidies that aim to make.
Following weeks of negotiations between members of the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), top Democrat on the Financial Services Committee and Congressman Cedric Richmond (D-LA) today threw their support behind comprehensive legislation designed to end unaffordable flood insurance rate hikes.
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By Thomas Ferraro WASHINGTON (Reuters) – In a rare act of bipartisanship, the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill on Thursday to delay dramatic increases in federal flood insurance premiums for millions of Americans. On a vote of 67-32, the Democratic-led Senate brushed aside earlier White House