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Is Government Ready for Hurricane Season?

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Is Government Ready for Hurricane Season?

Katrina & Beyond

Is Government Ready for Hurricane Season?

Is Government Ready for Hurricane Season?

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Last year, Hurricane Katrina broke levees, crippled communications, stalled transportation and almost drowned a major city. Next week, the new Atlantic hurricane season begins. Are city, county, parish, state and federal authorities ready?

Guests:

Jim Amoss, Editor of the New Orleans Times-Picayune

Kate Magandy, City Editor for the Biloxi Sun-Herald Newspaper