WASHINGTON – The National Flood Insurance Program that millions of people rely on has gotten another temporary extension, as members of Congress renew efforts to work out a long-term proposal.
With a July 31 deadline looming, the House today approved a four-month extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) until Nov. 30. It is anticipated that the Senate will approve a similar bill before the NFIP is set to expire on July 31. Congress requires all properties within the 100.
On July 31, the Senate advanced legislation to extend the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through November 30, sending the bill to the President’s desk. The Senate voted 86 to 12 to extend the program’s current authorization just hours before the program would have expired.
a bipartisan package of eight bills from the House Financial Services Committee to reform and extend the National Flood Insurance Program through November 30, 2018. H.R. 6402 includes common sense.
Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed legislation to authorize the National Flood Insurance Program for another four months. The legislation will extend the program until November 30, 2018.
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The House on Wednesday passed legislation to extend flood. Proponents of the clean bill said its passage was necessary to keep the national flood insurance program funded during hurricane season.
On June 12, 2019, by a unanimous vote of 59 to 0, the House Financial Services Committee approved HR 3167: the National Flood Insurance Program (, sending the bill to the U.S. House of Representatives for consideration.
Congress has once again temporarily extended the National Flood Insurance Program. As previously reported, at the end of 2018 Congress temporarily extended the Program until May 31, 2019.The recent legislation extends the Program to June 14, 2019.The temporary extension provides time for the House of Representatives to vote on H.R. 2157, which was passed by the Senate with an amendment.
Unfortunately, the National Flood Insurance Program is currently set to expire on May 31. My bill, which I have coauthored with Ranking Member McHenry, would extend the program to September 30 because we recognize that the NFIP is critical to ensuring access to flood insurance coverage across this country.
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· On July 31, the Senate advanced legislation to extend the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through November 30, sending the bill to the President’s desk. The Senate voted 86 to 12 to extend.