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As lawmakers approved covering the costs of thousands of backlogged applications, several Florida House members said more money needs to be approved next year for a program to help residents make home improvements to reduce insurance premiums.

The House voted 110-0 to approve a bill (HB 1C) that includes covering more than 17,000 already-submitted applications to the My Safe Florida Home program. The bill also includes providing additional assistance to victims of Hurricane Idalia and has a total price tag of $416 million.

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