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Congress Approves Short-Term Extension to Keep Government Running

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To avert a government shutdown on Dec. 8, Congress today approved a short-term continuing resolution to keep the government running for two more weeks until Dec. 22. This also means that the National Flood Insurance Program will be extended through Dec. 22.

The federal government funding package also means that the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which was set to expire on Dec. 8, will be extended until Dec. 22.

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House Approves Five-Year Flood Insurance Reauthorization

Filed in Capitol Hill by on November 14, 2017 0 Comments

The House today approved legislation that would reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program for five years and includes many NAHB-supported modifications to the program.

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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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NAHB Opposes OMB Proposal to Reform National Flood Insurance Program

Filed in Capitol Hill by on October 5, 2017 4 Comments

NAHB supports reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program but opposes a proposal to phase out new NFIP policies for newly-constructed homes.

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Congress Approves Three-Month Extension of NFIP

Filed in Capitol Hill by on September 8, 2017 0 Comments

With a Sept. 30 deadline looming, Congress has approved a broad package that will extend funding for the government and the National Flood Insurance Program until Dec. 8.

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A Focus on Flood Insurance and Lumber

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A Focus on Flood Insurance and Lumber

With Congress in its August recess, members are encouraged to visit their lawmakers in their home districts and seek action on two issues – flood insurance and lumber.

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NAHB and House Panel Reach Agreement on Flood Insurance Bill

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NAHB and House Panel Reach Agreement on Flood Insurance Bill

NAHB today reached an agreement with leaders of the House Financial Services Committee to craft a viable, long-term flood insurance reauthorization bill that will keep the National Flood Insurance Program fiscally sound and enable home builders to provide safe and affordable housing to consumers.

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NAHB Opposes Flood Insurance Bill that Clears House Panel

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NAHB Opposes Flood Insurance Bill that Clears House Panel

As the House Financial Services Committee voted today to approve the 21st Century Flood Reform Act, NAHB vowed to fight the measure and to work with Republican lawmakers to craft an alternative measure.

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Marker Released for Flood Insurance Reauthorization in 2017

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Marker Released for Flood Insurance Reauthorization in 2017

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.), chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance, has released a set of principles regarding reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program, which expires Sept. 30, 2017.

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Updated Manual to Clarify Flood Insurance Incentive Program

Filed in Codes and Regulations by on November 14, 2016 0 Comments

FEMA will soon release an updated CRS Coordinator’s Manual, the guidebook for the Community Rating System, an optional component of the National Flood Insurance Program that offers incentives to communities that do more than the minimum requirements to help citizens prevent or reduce flood losses.

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