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Less than zero

Sep 17, 2019

Congress faces a deluge in fixing flood insurance

by Jed Kim Dec 15, 2017
The National Flood Insurance Program is set to expire on Dec. 22, in a year that's seen more than $100 billion in estimated damages.
A man walks through a flooded street as Hurricane Matthew passes through St. Augustine, Florida, on Oc. 7, 2016. The storm caused flooding in Virginia also.
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Congress should have seen the signs that a Harvey-like event was coming

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Aug 31, 2017
Politico's Michael Grunwald discusses a decades-old report about repetitive losses in the Naional Flood Insurance Program.
Weather Economy

Full recovery from Harvey could take years

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Aug 29, 2017
Former FEMA administrator Craig Fugate talks about what recovery from a flooding event of this size looks like.
People make their way out of a flooded neighborhood after it was inundated with rain water following Hurricane Harvey on August 29, 2017 in Houston, Texas. 
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Flood insurance problem: same houses, over and over

by Jed Kim Sep 1, 2016
A report shows about 2,100 homes have been flooded — and compensated — more than 10 times.
Resident Tracy Thornton walks through a flooded Louisiana neighborhood in August.
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