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New Orleans in the habit of wasting FEMA funds from Hurricane Katrina

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More than $1 million in Hurricane Katrina-related funds given to the Audubon Commission should be returned to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security inspector general. The commission, which is part of the New Orleans city government and oversees museum and park facilities, received $12.3 million from FEMA to deal with damage from the 2005...

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