Democratic representatives in the Florida House unveiled a plan yesterday to restructure the state’s Hurricane Catastrophe Fund into a new entity modeled on the National Flood Insurance Program.

The proposal would establish a new state Hurricane Insurance Fund, which would offer coverage up to $500,000 with varying deductibles. The policies would be written by insurance companies offering homeowners insurance on behalf of the fund, in an effort to provide homeowners with a single point of contact.

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