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Hurricane Katrina / Where Things Stand #842241

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 27, 2006
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(Studio: Dan Harris) President Bush's plans to travel tomorrow to Louisiana & Mississippi to mark the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina noted; findings of a new ABCNews poll on how people from New Orleans & the Gulf coast rate the government's recovery efforts.

(White House: Jessica Yellin) A look at the reality of the government efforts to fulfill promises made to the storm victims examined; details given of Bush's pledges in three areas: emergency response, rebuilding communities & levee reconstruction & the problems in rebuilding & funding; scenes shown from across New Orleans. [September 15 & August 21, 2005, BUSH - says we will stay as long it takes to help citizens rebuild; talks about protecting New Orleans.]

Harris, Dan;
Yellin, Jessica

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