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Battling a Flooded Future

As flooding increases across the country, architects and policymakers are... More

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Thea's Mailbag: When Will I Get Paid by Customers Who Do Insurance Work?

Customers may ask for extended terms when they're doing insurance work, but do... More

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Insurer Campaigns to Curb Dealers' Distracted Driving

Texting while you drive is the fastest-growing cause of accidents today. See how... More

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Congress Passes Flood Insurance Relief Bill

The legislation holds flood insurance premium increases to 18% per year. More

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Senate OKs Flood Insurance Hike Delays

Legislators uphold the House budget's Biggert-Waters Act flood insurance premium delay. More

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U.S. House Delays Flood Insurance Rate Hikes for Some, Senate Action to Come

Legislation halting FEMA until Sept. 30 from imposing massive flood-insurance rate hikes for some homeowners passed the House. The meaure now goes to the Senate for action. More

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Taking the High Road

Dealers are revisiting their drug policies in the wake of marijuana legalization in some states. More

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Reimbursements Uncertain for Jersey Shore Homeowners

N.J. state funds to help homeowners rebuild after Hurricane Sandy aren't a sure thing afterall. More

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Wood Industry Insurers To Affiliate

Wood industry insurance companies, Indiana Lumbermens Mutual and Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual announce plans to affiliate with one another. More

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Jersey Shore Second Homes Not Eligible for Sandy-Related Aid

Individuals who own a second home in the region say they're unable to secure federal aid through most of the available sources to rebuild or repair because the properties aren't their primary residences. More

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