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After receiving negative attention for lax code policies, Mississippi has moved to require enforcement of model building codes statewide.
Florida is backing Mississippi in a court case seeking to stop flood insurance rate hikes. Meanwhile, Louisiana may bring its own Federal suit.
RALEIGH, N.C.—State officials here are done worrying about the credit crisis, which stranded hundreds of affordable housing developers without investors to buy their low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).
Drivers along Interstate 10, tracing the Gulf Coast from the Florida panhandle through Alabama to Mississippi, can still see wreckage left behind by the hurricanes of 2005
Despite months of front-page Hurricane Katrina news coverage in 2005, building codes and enforcement practices continue to vary greatly. Moreover, surprisingly little is known about how hurricane winds pull apart and drive rain into homes — and what affordable measures can seal them tight. Plus...
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