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Secret benefactor helping Livingston in FEMA fight

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BATON ROUGE, La. — A financial institution is paying lawyers $700 per hour to help Livingston Parish fight the Federal Emergency Management Agency's denials of $60 million in claims for Hurricane Gustav-related cleanup costs. But its identity is shrouded in secrecy. The Advocate reports the parish won't name the bank assisting in its battle against FEMA, and the benefactor is fighting to keep...

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