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Texas Residents Watch Hurricane Ike Debris Mount

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Texas Residents Watch Hurricane Ike Debris Mount

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Texas Residents Watch Hurricane Ike Debris Mount

Texas Residents Watch Hurricane Ike Debris Mount

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It has been almost three months since Hurricane Ike roared ashore and left a hulking pile of debris along a 30-mile stretch of the Texas coastline.

As the state and federal government squabble over who will pay to remove it, residents are getting frustrated.

Laurie Johnson reports for member station KUHF in Houston.