Last week: The U.S. Senate passed a FEMA deobligation provision in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act of 2018 that streamlines and clarifies the deobligation process by imposing a three-year cap during which FEMA can audit cities and counties that received disaster assistance funding. This legislation protects our cities from unexpected demands for return of funding and will be especially important to those in the Panhandle that have recently experienced catastrophic damage from hurricanes. The legislation was passed in Washington during FAST fly-in, which was attended by members of the Broward League who spoke in support of the Federal Action Agenda. Read