Deadline Nears for Katrina Damage Claims As President Bush visits the Gulf Coast Thursday, New Orleans residents face a deadline for filing damage claims against the Army Corps of Engineers. Lawsuits have claimed that poor levee design and construction caused the city to flood.
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Deadline Nears for Katrina Damage Claims

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Deadline Nears for Katrina Damage Claims

Deadline Nears for Katrina Damage Claims

Deadline Nears for Katrina Damage Claims

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As President Bush visits the Gulf Coast Thursday, New Orleans residents face a deadline for filing damage claims against the Army Corps of Engineers. Lawsuits have claimed that poor levee design and construction caused the city to flood. Matt McBride, a New Orleans resident who has already filed his claim, talks with Luke Burbank.