For seemingly the umpteenth time in recent years, a last-minute legislative move has saved the National Flood Insurance Program from expiring.

This morning President Obama signed the "Continuing Resolution Act, 2012," which ends the larger threat of a government shutdown and grants another reprieve to the NFIP which has existed on a series of temporary extensions for the past few years as legislators crafted a lasting fix to the program.

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