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NAHB Hurricane Relief Outreach Ongoing in Gulf Coast Region

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NAHB Hurricane Relief Outreach Ongoing in Gulf Coast Region

NAHB continues to work closely with state and local HBAs to meet the needs of members who are affected by hurricanes Sally and Laura.

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NAHB Senior Officers Meet with Puerto Rican Leaders

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NAHB Senior Officers Meet with Puerto Rican Leaders

NAHB Chairman Randy Noel and Second Vice Chair Dean Mon returned to Puerto Rico this week to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, and to meet with local HBA leaders and government officials and discuss progress toward the association’s initiatives.

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HUD Publishes Notice on Disaster Recovery Funds

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HUD Publishes Notice on Disaster Recovery Funds

HUD has published a notice for the purpose of assisting in long-term recovery from 2017 disasters.

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Budget Accord May Affect Rebuilding Efforts

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Budget Accord May Affect Rebuilding Efforts

The two-year budget accord signed by President Trump earlier this month contains provisions from a House of Representatives disaster relief bill (H.R. 4460, the Disaster Recovery Reform Act) designed for states hit hard by hurricanes and wildfires in 2017. However, the details on how these provisions will work are still in flux.

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House Approves Additional $36.5 Billion in Disaster Relief

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House Approves Additional $36.5 Billion in Disaster Relief

The House today approved a $36.5 billion emergency spending package geared to helping the hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and assisting the wildfire relief efforts in California. In addition, the bill specifically earmarks $16 billion to cancel the existing debt of the National Flood Insurance Program

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