FEMA to distribute waiver to Katrina victims that will absolve their debt

It has been nearly 7 years since Hurricane Katrina slammed into the U.S., leaving utter destruction in its wake. Those affected by the merciless storm have been laboring to recover since, but staggering debt has made recovery a lengthy process. Though some progress has been made in the past several years, victims still owe a total of $385 million to insurance companies and government agencies like FEMA. Ironically, the money was awarded to Katrina victims as the result of error on FEMA’s part. The agency had plans to recover this…

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