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Louisiana senators introduce hurricane relief bill
Louisiana’s Senators Mary Landrieu (D) and David Vitter (R) have proposed legislation to provide about $250 billion in federal aid to help their state rebuild from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The massive, 10-year plan, contained in a bill introduced on September 22, includes about $180 billion in direct federal spending, Vitter said. Read on.  [November 2005]

 

Response shifts to rebuilding and heritage
In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the government and nonprofit community's reaction involved immediate human needs. But the response is quickly moving toward long-term rebuilding, with a large emphasis on saving historic structures. Read on. [October 2005]

 

Louisiana Senators Propose $250-Billion Katrina Reconstruction Package
Louisiana's Senators, Mary Landrieu (D) and David Vitter (R), have proposed legislation to provide about $250 billion in federal aid to help their state rebuild from Hurricane Katrina. The massive, 10-year plan, contained in a bill introduced on Sept. 22, includes about $180 billion in direct federal spending, Vitter said. The rest would represent the cost of various tax breaks. Read on. [September 2005]

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