H.R. 267 would reauthorize the Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Plus (WHIP+) program administered by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and authorize the appropriation of $8.5 billion to expand that program to cover losses of crops, milk, and other commodities as a result of a hurricane, flood, wildfire, or other qualifying disaster in calendar years 2020 and 2021. Under H.R. 267, if they do not already participate, producers would be required to purchase federal crop insurance or enroll in the noninsured crop disaster assistance program (NAP) for a minimum of two years after accepting WHIP+ compensation. The bill would direct USDA to continue to administer the WHIP+ program as it does under current law.