Officials still dissatisfied with FEMA readiness

12/15/2006 | MSNBC

More than a year has passed since Hurricane Katrina, but the lessons are still filtering in for the agencies involved in post-disaster relief, particularly FEMA. A federal judge this week called the government's post-Katrina housing-aid program "a legal disaster," while DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff remarked that FEMA, despite improvements, is still too tied up in red tape.

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