Lehrer: Flood Reform Debate Tests Ability to Fix Larger Ills
The president of a conservative think tank is highly critical of the current effort to roll back flood insurance rate increases imposed through a 2012 law, saying the reforms were “modest” and a test of whether federal legislators have the political will “to put its fiscal house in order.”
The comments by Eli Lehrer of the R Street Institute, a think tank based in Washington, will be appearing in the Dec. 16 issue of the Weekly Standard.
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