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Convicted felon's role in FEMA contracts questioned

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W. Ralph Wills III served time for federal tax fraud -- but that didn't keep three firms linked to him from snagging nearly half a billion dollars in contracts from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in recent years. Federal procurement regulations bar convicted felons from supervising federal contracts for private companies or serving as directors or designated officers of companies...

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