A state House subcommittee received a number of options Wednesday to help homeowners fend off an expected end to federal flood-insurance subsidies that Realtors claim could devastate Florida’s economy.
The proposals ranged from lifting state laws and regulations to attract more private insurance companies into the market to setting up a state-backed agency — similar to the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund — to back coverage.
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