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A home remains in water despite receding flood waters last month in Gulf Breeze, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

More than $28 million in federal disaster aid has been approved for uninsured victims of the severe flood in Florida’s panhandle last month, but those funds won’t be shared with rental property owners, reports the Pensacola News Journal. According to the report, rental property owners don’t qualify for federal aid because they are considered business owners.

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