Comment: Here, along the Mississippi Gulf Coast

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Here, along the Mississippi Gulf Coast

it's easy to see how the policy of Agenda 21 may be in place since Katrina.

With a large part of coast decimated after the storm, FEMA stepped in to make building codes (or rebuilding codes) almost unfeasible to comply with. This has inhibited many from attempting to return and leaving massive areas of land along the coast vacant.

Major insurance companies have stopped writing new homeowner policies altogether in this region since the storm as well, and we know that most lenders require insurance in order to finance.

So in broadstrokes, our area will not see new growth. It's being suffocated under policies put in place.