FEMA still batting under 100

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    FEMA has closed up their offices in New York because of the weather, the same weather that has trapped all the people they are supposed to help in their homes.

    Forgotten by FEMA: Staten Island's Sandy victims vent over lack of aid | Fox News
     
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    FEMA to the rescue...
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    Post-Sandy notebook: FEMA sending mobile housing units for victims in metropolitan area
    November 09, 2012 - Nearly 100 mobile temporary housing units are on their way to the metropolitan area to provide shelter for victims of Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said today.
     
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    Granny says, "Dey's addin' insult to injury - gonna tax `em an' stack `em up like cordwood...
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    Sandy-Ravaged New Jersey Families Face $6,933 Tax Hike in Fiscal Cliff Stalemate
    November 21, 2012 – Families in Hurricane Sandy-ravaged New Jersey will face the highest tax increase as a percentage of their income – 6.82% or about $6,933 more in taxes -- if Congress does not reach an agreement on the fiscal cliff tax issues during the lame-duck session, according to an analysis by the Tax Foundation.
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    FEMA Considering ‘Stackable Dwellings’ for ‘Disaster Survivors’ in ‘NY/NJ Areas’
    November 21, 2012 – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is gathering research from contractors for “stackable dwellings” for “disaster survivors” across the country and “specifically the NY/NJ areas,” which were devastated by Hurricane Sandy in October.
     
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