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Rebuilding Mississippi after Katrina

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Rebuilding Mississippi after Katrina

Katrina & Beyond

Rebuilding Mississippi after Katrina

Rebuilding Mississippi after Katrina

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A month after Hurricane Katrina shredded everything from cottages to condominiums along the Gulf Coast, Mississippi turns its attention to rebuilding. How will the new Mississippi coast be restored?

Guests:

Emily Wagster Pettus, who covers the Mississippi legislature for The Associated Press

Amy Tuck, lieutenant governor of Mississippi

Brent Warr, mayor of Gulfport, Miss.

A.J. Holloway, mayor of Biloxi, Miss.

Ricky Matthews, publisher of the Sun-Herald