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    February 09, 2011


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    Pete Coste

    You can bet that every company's guidelines would require a distance of no less than 2 miles to coastal waters or any body of water subject to flood. =oP

    Tim Dodge

    Peter, I suspect you're right. The alternative is to try and get state insurance departments to approve actuarially sound rates for properties within two miles of the water, then hope people will pay them. How likely do you suppose that is?

    Linda Brundage

    Thank you Candice Miller for caring enough to introduce this bill!!!! Just because the National Flood Insurance Program is in trouble, the people in Michigan shouldn't have to bail them out.

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