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your rods dont get all worked up Contact us at [email protected] Minnesota legislators left on an extended Passover-Easter break Thursday there was no sign how the so-called bonding bill can passIn the House for instance Capital Investment Chairman Larry Howes R-Walker said that he cannot get enough Democratic votes to pass his $280 million proposal but cannot get the Republican votes needed to pass one the size of the Senate plan nearly $500 million Majority Republicans do not by themselves have the 81 votes needed to pass a so-called bonding billThe top House Democrat on Thursday alleged that Howes has not reached out for his caucus’ support Howes strongly denied that"I’m the last one they ever should accuse of that" said Howes known for working with both partiesHouse Minority Leader Paul Thissen DFL-Minneapolis said there has not been outreach from Republicans who control the Legislature to Democrats during either the drafting of the bills or since they were releasedHe said Howes has not discussed the bonding bill with him He called that "surprising" but said he suspected it was because Howes doesn’t "have control over the bill"Howes said he has met with all Democratic-Farmer-Laborites on his Capital Investment Committee and at least a dozen times walked into the office of Rep Alice Hausman DFL-St Paul the lead Democrat on his committee"I believe the Democrats simply want a larger bill" Howes saidWhile the House bill would spend $280 million and the Senate one $500 million Democratic Gov Mark Dayton wants $775 million"It’s a general expectation in the second year of the biennium" that lawmakers will approve a bonding bill Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem R-Rochester saidBut he said right now "there’s a little bit of uncertainty" on what will happen with the proposals this year Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk DFL-Cook said he is frustrated that while bonding bills have made their way through committees they have not yet been taken up by the full Senate or House He said if it is not going to get done this session Republicans who control the Legislature should say soThe House version of a separate bonding bill to renovate the Capitol building could face trouble in the Senate"Spending $220 million on a single bill is going to be difficult for us" Senjem said about a Howes bill awaiting House consideration Senjem included $25 million Capitol work in his bill Dayton did not include any Capitol funding in his proposal but supports the entire $241 million projectWhile the public works bills face difficulty House Speaker Kurt Zellers R-Maple Grove said it is too early to declare them dead"We had bills that took a lot longer than anticipated" he said citing lengthy discussions on a game and fish bill and a proposal allowing more powerful fireworks Danielle Nordine and Don Davis report for Forum Communications CoInfrastructure repairs and human services will add more than $350 million to federal and state taxpayers’ tab And that is only the beginning Private insurers will reimburse some businesses and the National Flood Insurance Program — a federal effort that’s the only seller of flood insurance in most places — will write checks totaling hundreds of millions more That’s why everyone in North Dakota should be concerned that Congress can’t get its act together to put the flood insurance program on stronger footing Some background first Important as it is to flood-prone areas such as North Dakota the NFIP never has worked very well While its creators promised that the program would break even and discourage development in flood-prone areas it currently owes the Treasury more than $17 billion and often encourages developers to build new homes in areas that flood The program also is unfair in many ways While most North Dakota residents pay premiums that are close to those that would be charged if private insurers wrote flood coverage the program offers huge subsidies to those who live along hurricane-prone coasts Even amidst foot dragging however there’s a clear path forward for NFIP now — if only Congress would follow it After years of arguing over the program’s future both the House and a key Senate committee have passed bills that assure the program’s continued existence beyond its scheduled lapse Nov 18 But even though it easily could there’s little sign that the Senate actually will take a vote on the program anytime soon And that’s a problem While it’s likely that Congress will extend the NFIP for a few months sometime in mid-November — it has kicked the can in this way this since 2008 — the simple fact that the program could expire causes tremendous peril That’s because whenever the program lapses (as it has on at least three occasions in the past four years) it becomes nearly impossible to close any real estate deals in flood-prone areas including the most densely populated parts North Dakota This simply is bad for business Furthermore without a long-term renewal of the program key efforts to stabilize the program’s finances and improve the maps it uses to set rates will remain in abeyance And given the likelihood that the program will have to add to its already-overwhelming pile of debt as bills for this year’s floods come due there’s at least the chance that even if Congress lets the program continue without reform the NFIP simply will run out of money It doesn’t have to be this way In fact flood insurance reform appears to be one of the few major pieces of legislation that an increasingly riven Congress could send to President Barack Obama’s desk before the end of the year The bills before Congress offer something for just about everyone to like Free marketers should rejoice that the bills reduce costs for taxpayers and stabilize public finances Environmentalists should appreciate the ways that they promote conservation and restoring rivers Most important people living in flood-prone areas should recognize that the bills assure the program’s survival thus enabling the NFIP to keep helping communities survive nature’s worst Whatever happens the National Flood Insurance Program faces deep problems; but right now Congress has a good chance to move things in the right direction North Dakota Sens Kent Conrad and John Hoeven should make their choices heard For the good of North Dakota — and the good of the nation — the Senate needs to schedule a vote on flood insurance sooner rather than later Lehrer is national director of the Center on Finance Insurance and Real Estate at the Heartland Institute Saks is senior legislative representative of the National Wildlife Federation’s water resources campaigns Udvardy is director of flood management policy for American Rivers Rappler has faced a barrage of online trolls and a series of government-backed lawsuits aimed at shutting the site.co/Jy0L2rFHvq Marty Baron (@PostBaron) November 10, for about $30. 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