How has FEMA changed since Hurricane Katrina?

Aired: 8/29/2015 | 0:03:02 | Clip
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency -- FEMA -- was widely blamed for a lack of preparedness and an inadequate response. FEMA was slow to deliver food and supplies and housed displaced residents in toxic trailers. Since Katrina, the agency has undergone many reforms.

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