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Federal insurance program falls short for flood victims

A CBS News investigation reveals a federal fund intended to protect flood victims often benefits private insurance companies instead. The National Flood Insurance Program run by FEMA is $25 billion in debt. In some years, up to two-thirds of the money that's supposed to help flood victims goes to private insurance companies and the attorneys they hire to fight flood claims. Jeff Glor reports.
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