|By Ken Serrano, Asbury Park Press, N.J.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
So far, the group plans to hold two rallies in
Kasimos began visiting other groups advocating for Sandy victims in
"We have to make it a national lobby," Kasimos said. "It's got to grow. The only way to make change is to get together collectively and make a stink about it. It's coming to fruition."
With flood insurance rate increases, Stop FEMA now is focusing more on recent legislation -- the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act -- not the
"It's really not
Biggert-Waters aims to restructure how the National Flood Insurance Program is funded, halting some subsidies.
Along with protesting flood insurance rates, due to rise sharply for some homes in Special Hazard Flood Areas by
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