Understanding Affordability

When the government passes an affordability act (like health care or insurance) it means that costs are about to skyrocket.

ScreenHunter_1185 Mar. 30 07.21

http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/flood-insurance-policy-increase-fema-252094421.html

This is the same Southern California which climate experts say is in permanent drought.

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2 Responses to Understanding Affordability

  1. phodges says:

    Time for an update on the California drought:

    http://www.mammothmountain.com/Mountain/Conditions/SnowConditions

    9-16″ here in the Eastern Sierra I think Tahoe got a LOT more. More on the way!

  2. Brian Hall says:

    Subsidized beachfront affordability? So sorry.

    Support cuts:
    “until they drop out of the subsidy program and get a rate based on the actual risk of flooding” — about time, say I.

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