In the wake of a destructive disaster, it’s becoming more common for impacted news outlets to take a closer look at the insurance business. (Photo: Billion Photos/Shutterstock) In the wake of a destructive disaster, it’s becoming common for news outlets in impacted areas to take a closer look at the insurance business. (Photo: Billion Photos/Shutterstock)

The investigative news outlet Politico recently examined federal flood insurance and disaster management programs with an eye toward uncovering whether such programs are too bureaucratic to make an impact.

The Miami Herald warned readers that they “probably don’t have the right insurance” to cover another natural disaster on the scale of Hurricane Ian.

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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

Executive Editor Elana Ashanti Jefferson is a veteran journalist and communications professional. She can be reached by sending email to [email protected]

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