Hurricane Sandy relief plan approved by Senate

US Congress Hurricane Sandy Relief Plan

Senate approves emergency spending plan for victims of Hurricane Sandy Hurricane Sandy may be gone, but it certainly is not forgotten. The U.S. Senate has approved an emergency spending plan that is designed to provide aid to victims of the powerful storm. The plan has received the backing of the insurance industry, which has been steadily handling the flow of claims produced by Hurricane Sandy since the storm struck the East Coast in late October of 2012. The aid package is expected to help victims in the recovery process and…

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Senator Schumer takes aim at insurers in wake of Hurricane Sandy

Senator Schumer hurricane sandy

Senator Schumer troubled over actions of insurance companies Hurricane Sandy has caused a lot of trouble for insurance companies, consumers, and state governments in the Eastern U.S. New York, in particular, has seen a great deal of these troubles manifest in the wake of the powerful storm. With storm surges causing widespread flooding and damages being done to homes and other properties, the state is reeling from the impact of Hurricane Sandy. Senator Charles Schumer believes that the troubles are just beginning for the state, however, especially as insurers look…

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