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Hurricane Evacuation Plans Prompt Debate

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Hurricane Evacuation Plans Prompt Debate

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Hurricane Evacuation Plans Prompt Debate

Hurricane Evacuation Plans Prompt Debate

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As hurricane season begins, Louisiana and Mississippi scramble to establish evacuation routes. An approaching hurricane could force as many as one million people to flee coastal homes. But state officials disagree on evacuation methods. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

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