On the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, a bipartisan congressional group from states including Florida unveiled legislation Tuesday designed to hold off a deluge of premium increases for flood insurance for four years.
But U.S. House and Senate leaders have said little about the plan, which some conservative groups oppose. Florida’s Republican Sen. Marco Rubio is “reviewing” proposals but did not attend a press conference for the effort.
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