DRRA Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 , 2019 , 2020, 2021 to 2022 Homeowners Perspective

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By Murray Wennerlund published 1-15-2022 updated 2-14-2022
Tag: DRRA

Each year new disasters offer the opportunity for politicians to create new bills that do little more than pump tax dollars into the same dysfunctional programs we have had since 1954.

Disaster Recovery Reform Act of 2018 , 2019 , 2020 a Homeowners and Business owners Perspective

Public Law No: 116-xxx

Linking only bills that have been signed into law. In the articles section I'll place proposed bills that have passed in either the House or Senate.

2020 DRRA
2019 DRRA



2018 DRRA

Public Law No: 115-254

Signed into law October 3, 2018.
(Link to download PDF of Bill H.R. 302)
(Link to download PDF final signed into law H.R. 302)

Points of interest prior to the signing. 

  • The Disaster Recovery Reform Act (H.R. 4460)
  • The Disaster Assistance Fairness and Accountability Act of 2017 (H.R. 3176) To amend the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act concerning the statute of limitations for actions to recover disaster or emergency assistance payments (H.R. 1678)
  • The Disaster Support for Communities and Homeowners Act (H.R. 1684)
  • The Community Empowerment for Mitigated Properties Act of 2017 (H.R. 1735)
  • To ensure that Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency considers severe local impact in making a recommendation to the President for a major disaster declaration (H.R. 1665)
  • The Pacific Northwest Earthquake Preparedness Act of 2017 (H.R. 654)
  • The SMART Rebuilding Act (H.R. 4455)
  • Placing greater federal, state, and local emphasis on mitigation will:
    • Save lives
    • Minimize damage to property
    • Reduce disaster costs
    • Help people recover more quickly and
    • Save taxpayers money.


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