The National Flood Insurance Program, which provides flood insurance for thousands of Louisiana residents expires next Friday on December 8th. U.S. Senator John Kennedy is hopeful Congress can renew the N-F-I-P without raising premiums, so flood insurance becomes unaffordable.
The program was 24-billion-dollars in debt before Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate struck the U.S. this year. Kennedy says being in the hole that much is unacceptable.