Congress is giving attention to the topic of flood insurance this week.
The House Financial Services Committee debated over legislation to reform and reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program.
At a hearing, the committee deliberated over plans that would provide discounted premium rates for lower income homes, expand flood mapping and cancel the program's debt of more than $20 million.
However, lawmakers failed to reach any agreement for change at today's hearing.
KFDM/Fox 4's Natalie Haddad reports on how those proposed plans would affect flood insurance rates in the Golden Triangle.