March 18th, 2009
08:24 AM ET

Katrina money fiasco

Louisiana is moving slowly on Katrina cottage building. Will it lose FEMA money because of it? CNN's Sean Callebs reports.

Filed under: Hurricane Katrina • New Orleans • Road to Rescue • Sean Callebs
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  1. Isabel, Brazil

    You know why it is so good to watch AC, every night?

    Because the America that is sold in my country is completely different from the reality shown by you.

    And this raw reality must be seen and discussed, by all.

    March 18, 2009 at 3:40 pm |
  2. Mary B. Honan

    No Bail outs for us as Government Lands destroy and contaminated our homes and health from the wetlands that surround us. However, some people feel none of the stimulus should clean up wetlands. I have gone without heat and hot water in the height of winter because another furnace was destroyed; I have become sick from the contaminated water pouring into my home. I have seen my 87 year old neighbor looking ashen as he tries to push out the government lands filthy swamp water, He is a good man who served in world war 2- I have appealed to the Governor Patrick, the D.C.R. only to be told "Its nature and we need to learn to deal with it because of the strict laws protecting government land. We are all hard working people who pay our mortgage and taxes and this how we are forced to live. I doubt if this will get any attention or even any little help from the stimulus to clean up those government lands-Mary Honan

    March 18, 2009 at 1:20 pm |
  3. Michael "C" Lorton, Virginia

    They put there trust in their government and state--and in the end--–they would have been better putting their trust in God--because in God We Trust--the rest pay cash---make you feel that you are less than a person--doesn't it--–where is Bobby Jindal when it is time to belly-up to the bar?---on his way to the bank.

    March 18, 2009 at 12:35 pm |