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Trump signs flood insurance program December extension into law

Most homes insured under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) -- the government program that provides affordable flood insurance to property owners and coordinates adoption and enforcement of floodplain management regulations -- are in Florida and Texas. So you can see why the fact that the NFIP was scheduled to expire at the end of September was a bit of a problem, given recent weather patterns.
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