The Hill: Shutdown Should Focus Attention on Common-Sense Flood Insurance Reform

As the partial federal government shutdown drags on, numerous agencies have closed shop or are operating with a skeleton crew. That includes the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the government-run insurer intended to help Americans recover from floods. With more than 5.1 million policies providing over $1.3 trillion in coverage, the NFIP is by far the biggest flood insurer for both residential and commercial properties in the U.S.

To read this op-ed, visit The Hill.

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