The Federal Emergency Management Agency warned 150,000 Katrina evacuees that it will no longer pay for the hotel rooms they’re living in as of Dec. 1. We talk about what these families will do, the ways the government will continue to help, and the ongoing challenges of recovery from this year’s Gulf Coast hurricanes.


  • David Garratt Acting director of FEMA's recovery division
  • Ronald Utt Senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation
  • Amy Liu Deputy director of the Metropolitan Policy Project at the Brookings Institution
  • Ceci Connolly Reporter, The Washington Post.

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