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FEMA Slow To Investigate Toxic Trailers

FEMA is under fire for being slow to investigate reports by Hurricane Katrina victims who testified they've fallen ill from high levels of formaldehyde in their FEMA-provided trailers. What do you think?
  • "Oh come on, those illnesses could've been the result of any one of the many governmental failures following Katrina."

    Therese Dougan
    Office Manager
  • "This sounds like a pretty serious federal emergency. Thank God we have FEMA to take care of it."

    Jeremy Wallace
    Grants Advisor
  • "If anyone else can think of a better place for FEMA to store its formaldehyde, I'd like to hear it."

    Kelly Fowler
    Systems Analyst
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