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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The question of how much the victims of Hurricane Katrina & Rita be compensated introduced.
(Falls Church, Virginia: John King) The issue of compensation for the hurricane victims similar to that for the families of the victims of September 11, 2001, examined; details given of the story of the Bridges family of New Orleans, who have been displaced to Falls Church, Virginia. [New Orleans residents Joe & Stephanie BRIDGES- suggests the people need help.] [Head of 9/11 compensation fund, lawyer Kenneth FEINBERG- says Congress is dubious about individual compensation for natural disasters.] [9/11 family member Rosemary DILLARD - talks about the hurricane victims.] [BRIDGESES - offer views.]
(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Rainbow/PUSH Coalition head Jesse Jackson about compensation. [From Detroit, JACKSON - cites the compensation for 9/11 victims & the unusual level of destruction from Katrina; states the government is more vulnerable & negligent in New Orleans.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- King, John
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