Further Coronavirus Relief Uncertain; Executive Actions Taken

The White House’s negotiations with Capitol Hill over a fourth coronavirus economic stimulus package failed last week after three weeks of ultimately fruitless talks. The failure to make a deal leaves businesses and employees left to survive financially as coronavirus cases rise, and several states roll back orders to reopen businesses, keeping many of them …

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Flood Program Set to Expire November 21

Unless Congress extends it, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will expire on November 21. The NFIP is currently operating on its 13th short-term extension since its last long-term reauthorization expired in 2017. While Congress may try to pass a stand-alone extension of the NFIP in the next few days, it seems more likely that any …

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NFIP’s Risk Rating 2.0 Delay Prompts PIA National to Renew Its Call for House to Pass Reauthorization Package

On November 7, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that it is delaying the implementation of Risk Rating 2.0, a major overhaul of flood insurance rates under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Risk Rating 2.0 is meant to provide more specific, accurate information about properties covered by the NFIP. Risk Rating 2.0 is …

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