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After Hurricanes Some Still in Temporary Housing

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After Hurricanes Some Still in Temporary Housing

After Hurricanes Some Still in Temporary Housing

After Hurricanes Some Still in Temporary Housing

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A hurricane-damaged trailer at Keen Mobile Home Park in Pohokee, Fla. The man who lived here continued to inhabit the trailer until a few weeks ago. He now lives in a Federal Emergency Management Agency trailer park nearby. Ari Shapiro, NPR hide caption

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The first in a series of reports on the effects of a severe hurricane season looks at residents who still lack permanent housing and what the federal government is trying to provide for them. More than a month after the end of the hurricane season, people across Florida are still in temporary homes. Hear NPR's Ari Shapiro.