NPR Investigation Finds HUD Sells Flood-Prone Homes Without Fully Disclosing Risk
Climate change is driving more severe flooding across the country. But an NPR investigation found the top federal housing agency is selling flood-prone homes without fully disclosing the risk.
That could be putting vulnerable families in harm’s way.
Here & Now‘s Scott Tong talks with Tegan Wendland, lead coastal reporter for WWNO, who was part of the investigative team.
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