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W.Va. not getting fair share in program

Inland states receive significantly less when flooding occurs while paying higher premiums

March 31, 2014
By IAN HICKS - For The Weirton Daily Times , Weirton Daily Times

WHEELING - Inland states such as West Virginia and Ohio are getting significantly less bang for their buck out of the National Flood Insurance Program than many coastal states where flooding is much more frequent and severe.

 
 

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