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Chinese Drywall Update: Is Florida's State Insurance Company Dropping Policies on Affected Houses? ~

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Beaufort, S.C., Still Working With Outdated Flood Maps

FEMA's flood insurance map updates haven't reached every part of South... Read more

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From What We Gather: In the News, January 9-13, 2017

On JLC's news radar this week: NAHB sues OSHA over record-keeping rule,... Read more

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Louisiana Dithers Over Flood Recovery Plan

The state wants more Federal aid, but has no firm plan for spending it. Read more

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King Tides Draw Attention to Sea Level Rise

"Nuisance flooding" is an increasingly frequent reality in low-lying... Read more

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From What We Gather: April 17 - 21, 2017

On JLC's news radar this week: lumber prices on the rise; deck failures cause injuries; and more Read more

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NESEA Building Energy Bottom Lines

Peer advice on personnel Read more

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From What We Gather: April 2 - 7, 2017

On JLC's news radar this week: Trump budget may kill EPA lead in... Read more

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Readers Respond: Election 2016

We asked. You answered. Read more

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Flashing Recessed Windows

Lessons in how to avoid costly mistakes when waterproofing complex... Read more

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Texas Windstorm Insurance Association May Target Auto Policies with Surcharge

In a bid to strengthen its financial position, Texas’ insurer of last resort for coastal homeowners may tack a surcharge onto auto insurance policies in coastal counties. Read more

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Private Flood Insurance for Florida? Not So Fast, Say Lawmakers

Florida lawmakers want to take a second look at a proposed law that would make it easier for private companies to sell flood insurance policies competing with the federally-run National Flood... Read more

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West Virginia Braces For Flood Insurance Rate Hike

In coastal states, surging premiums for flood insurance are a hot topic. But the issue is also coming to the fore in inland states such as West Virginia. Read more

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Facing Premium Hikes, Florida Seniors Forego Windstorm Insurance

The Miami Herald is reporting that some Florida seniors are considering going without windstorm policies on their homes — or have actually allowed their insurance to lapse. Read more

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The Legal Column: Insurance and Alternatives

Insurance and Alternatives by Jeffrey G. Gilmore and Karen E. Harrison Insurance coverage can protect builders from financial ruin when they are faced with large claims. Construction projects can... Read more

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