House Leaders Pledge To Reinstate Flood Coverage

Legislation to reauthorize the expired National Flood Insurance Program is expected to be introduced in Congress this week.

Meanwhile, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said the program is still “open for business” and will not be affected by the “brief interruption” of the program, which expired on Dec. 31, 2002, because the 107th Congress failed to reauthorize it before its adjournment.

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