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Advocates for changing U.S. disaster policy say the obstacles are significant, even in a year when the costs of inaction were made so evident. (AP Photo/Mic Smith, File)

(Bloomberg) – The Trump administration’s proposed $12 billion initiative to reduce future flood damage met with skepticism in Congress, as lawmakers warned against diverting emergency funding away from hurricane survivors.

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