Senate Passes Cadillac Tax Repeal and Flood, TRIA Extensions

Two days after the House passed a government funding package (H.R. 1865), the Senate followed by a vote of 71-23.  The measure includes three of PIA National’s top policy priorities: an extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) until September 30, 2020; the permanent repeal of the Cadillac Tax; and an extension of the terrorism …

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House Passes Federal Funding Package with PIA Priorities

In a major victory for PIA National’s advocacy efforts, the U.S. House voted 297-120 to pass H.R. 1865, part of the federal government funding package that includes three of PIA National’s most important policy priorities: an extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) until September 30, 2020; the permanent repeal of the Cadillac Tax; …

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Several PIA Priorities Included in Year-End Funding Package

This week, Congress will consider a federal government funding package that includes three of PIA National’s most important policy priorities: an extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) until September 30, 2020, the permanent repeal of the Cadillac Tax, and an extension of the terrorism risk insurance program (referred to as TRIA) through the …

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PIA Cautions Against Crop Insurance Cuts in Budget Request

PIA National, along with a coalition of allies, sent a letter today cautioning against cuts to crop insurance as the Administration begins putting together its fiscal year 2021 budget request. As a reminder, the FY20 budget proposal contained approximately $26 billion in proposed cuts, the bulk of which came straight from premium reductions. As with previous …

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Flood Insurance Program Yet Again on Brink of Expiration

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is on the verge of lapsing yet again unless Congress acts to extend it before midnight December 20th. There are real consequences if the NFIP is permitted to lapse. While the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) would still be able to pay the claims of current policyholders, they would …

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