FEMA is already hunkering down for a years-long recovery effort in Texas after Hurricane Harvey, its chief said Sunday. “FEMA is going to be there for years, sir. This disaster recovery — this disaster is going to be a landmark event,” Brock Long, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, told CNN. “We’re already...
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