Extreme Weather Superfund

The damage caused by hurricane Sandy was a wakeup call for many. Now a group is calling for a creation of a superfund that is aimed towards the damages caused by extreme weather conditions. The fund would come from new revenue sources.

Hurricane Sandy caused damages to many uninsured homes and a superfund would prevent that from happening again.

According to Kirk Moore for usatoday.com, “Those findings show there needs to be a new, dedicated national funding source to deal with extreme weather disasters, so the nation does not stagger from one emergency to the other like Sandy and Hurricane Katrina.”

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