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Marino: Spending bill won’t delay many high flood insurance rates

January 18, 2014

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Feb-01-14 6:38 PM

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Jan-19-14 6:30 PM

Can we give the transportation money back???

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Jan-19-14 6:28 PM

The insurance industry is set to make a ton of money on Biggert Waters and they are in cahoots with the banking committee this group of 20 senators snuck it in on the transportation bill and is not gonna let us change a thing!! If it means taking down the country for the sake of corporate america Oh well!!!

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Jan-19-14 6:25 PM

This committee of 20 or so senators is at the heart of this they snuck it past my senantors with the promise of a lot of transportation project money, My congressman Marino looked the other way and took the money to fix bridges. Maybe he didnt mean to but He screwed us all!!

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Jan-19-14 7:19 AM

They should've never passed the dang water legislation to begin with including Mirabito and they now wouldn't have to be repealing it

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Jan-18-14 5:13 PM

So much for the "great victory".

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Jan-18-14 1:45 PM

Absolutely correct, the bill that was included was just a smoke screen, no victory for 99.9% of home or business owners.

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Jan-18-14 11:45 AM

and the property values will still plummet a big problem for the taxing bodies!! They made our properties a pariah!!

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