Cut Out the Middleman

Forbes, Steve
October 2007
Forbes Asia;10/1/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 16, p9
The article talks about the efforts of the U.S. government in assisting New Orleans and other Gulf areas in their rebuilding projects after Hurricane Katrina hit them. A fact sheet that contains the details of what the government has done to assist these areas in their rebuilding efforts was released by the White House. It stated that the U.S. has given more than $114 billion in resources to the Gulf region. The author explains that the fund would have been used to buy housing instead of unused trailers.


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