Many home owners who live in areas that are threatened with flooding are worried about what may be a significant hike in insurance premiums.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is trying to reduce $24 billion deficit in the federally run flood insurance program.
The only way to avoid a hike is to move or hope that Congress acts to delay or soften impending rate hikes in the next few days.
Nearly 4 million people could be affected.
Some Hoosiers could see rates go from just under $2,000 annually to $8,000 or more.
Also affecting rates are new topographical surveys that show where flooding might occur.