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They Say, HearsayWe live in South Florida. Hurricane Wilma was a Category 2 storm when it hit here and we didn’t have any flooding, so that type of storm is clearly not much of a threat. It bugs me that we have to pay for something that might happen in the future, and we don’t get our money back when it doesn’t. I want to drop my flood insurance and can’t think why I should keep paying for it if my neighborhood has never been flooded.

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