Report: Flood insurance would increase for 80% of Louisiana policyholders

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Homes flooded during August 2016. (The Associated Press)

About 80% of Louisiana policyholders who are insured through FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program would pay more under pending changes to how the program evaluates and prices risk, according to a new report. 


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