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H.R.1264 Multiple Peril Insurance Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 22, 2010 Rule H. Res. 1549 passed House.

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  • 44% of users oppose H.R.1264

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    • #10 NFIP Extended After Multiple Hiccups - E&S/Specialty Markets ... - December 23, 2010 by National Underwriter Property & Casualty - Taylor had pushed for the Multi-Peril Insurance Act, H.R. 1264, which would have added wind coverage to the NFIP, while Rep. Klein had been the lead sponsor of the Homeowners' Defense Act, H.R. 2555, which would have established a ...

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      As noted by National Underwriter Property & Casualty on December 23, 2010, "Taylor had pushed for the Multi-Peril Insurance Act, H.R. 1264, which would have added wind coverage to the NFIP, while Rep. Klein had been the lead sponsor of the Homeowners' Defense Act, H.R. 2555, which would have established a ..." (http://www.property-casualty.com/Issues/2010/December-2027-2010/Pages/10-NFIP-Extended-After-Multiple-Hiccups.aspx)
    • FCC Poised to Pass Net Neutrality Rules | The Daily Conservative - December 20, 2010 by The Daily Conservative - ... Glenn Beck, Google, GOP, Government, government motors, Governor, Grim Sleeper, Ground Zero Mosque, H.R. 1264, H.R. 1586, H.R. 3534, H.R. 5297, H.R. 5851, Harry Reid, harry Teague, Headlines, Hello $8 gas, hot christmas toys 2010 ...

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      As noted by The Daily Conservative on December 20, 2010, "... Glenn Beck, Google, GOP, Government, government motors, Governor, Grim Sleeper, Ground Zero Mosque, H.R. 1264, H.R. 1586, H.R. 3534, H.R. 5297, H.R. 5851, Harry Reid, harry Teague, Headlines, Hello $8 gas, hot christmas toys 2010 ..." (http://thedailyconservative.net/2010/12/21/fcc-poised-to-pass-net-neutrality-rules/)
    • Govt Tackles Security Lapses at Polls, Raises Advisory Body for ... - December 20, 2010 by The Daily Conservative - ... Glenn Beck, Google, GOP, Government, government motors, Governor, Grim Sleeper, Ground Zero Mosque, H.R. 1264, H.R. 1586, H.R. 3534, H.R. 5297, H.R. 5851, Harry Reid, harry Teague, Headlines, Hello $8 gas, hot christmas toys 2010 ...

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      As noted by The Daily Conservative on December 20, 2010, "... Glenn Beck, Google, GOP, Government, government motors, Governor, Grim Sleeper, Ground Zero Mosque, H.R. 1264, H.R. 1586, H.R. 3534, H.R. 5297, H.R. 5851, Harry Reid, harry Teague, Headlines, Hello $8 gas, hot christmas toys 2010 ..." (http://thedailyconservative.net/2010/12/21/govt-tackles-security-lapses-at-polls-raises-advisory-body-for/)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • HOW THEY VOTED - July 24, 2010 by Sarasota Herald-Tribune - A yes vote was to advance HR 1264. Voting for the measure: Castor; voting against: Buchanan, Mack, Rooney. Jobless benefits: Voting 59-39, senators sent the ...

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      As noted by Sarasota Herald-Tribune on July 24, 2010, " A yes vote was to advance HR 1264. Voting for the measure: Castor; voting against: Buchanan, Mack, Rooney. Jobless benefits: Voting 59-39, senators sent the ... " (http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20100725/ARTICLE/7251053/2055/NEWS)
    • How your US representative voted this week - July 23, 2010 by Seattle Times - By a vote of 228-183, the House on Thursday set rules for debating a bill, HR 1264, to add windstorm coverage to the National Flood Insurance Program. ...

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      As noted by Seattle Times on July 23, 2010, " By a vote of 228-183, the House on Thursday set rules for debating a bill, HR 1264, to add windstorm coverage to the National Flood Insurance Program. ... " (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2012442720_rollcall25.html)
    • - July 22, 2010 by FayObserver.com - HR 1264 isn't merely unwise. It's dumb. The bill would add wind damage to the program's coverage, effectively putting the taxpayers in charge of hurricanes ...

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      As noted by FayObserver.com on July 22, 2010, " HR 1264 isn't merely unwise. It's dumb. The bill would add wind damage to the program's coverage, effectively putting the taxpayers in charge of hurricanes ... " (http://blog.gulflive.com/mississippi-press-news/2010/07/taylor_sees_tough_road_ahead_f.html)
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