WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are preparing to deal with flood insurance reform next year, another in a seemingly never-ending attempt to resolve recurring problems, and they will once again have to confront a series of challenges.

Those include communities and individual properties that repeatedly flood, how climate change could boost demand for the program and creating a private market for flood insurance so the government isn't always on the hook.

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