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Brown Still Helping out in Wake of Katrina

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Brown Still Helping out in Wake of Katrina

Brown Still Helping out in Wake of Katrina

Brown Still Helping out in Wake of Katrina

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Lots of states are taking in survivors of Katrina. And getting help from... Michael Brown. Yes, he did resign earlier this week. But he still appears to be signing off on "declarations of emergency" issued by the White House to states in need of emergency funds for helping hurricane victims. Wednesday the White House was scrambling to correct the declarations so that the name of the new interim FEMA chief appears.

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