With his party now controlling Congress, Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., has joined forces with a Republican colleague to try again to reform the struggling National Flood Insurance Program, which remains $20 billion in the red after hurricanes Katrina and Rita and is widely considered to be underfunded. Frank, who chairs the House Financial Services Committee,…
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