Sandy Victims Still Stranded As 'Red Tape' Hinders Help From FEMABy Joe Schoffstall
Jan. 01, 2013
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Isn't it funny how the media has ignored this epic government failure? - ChrisNearly two months after homes in Staten Island, NY were devastated by Hurricane Sandy, residents say they’re still struggling with red tape as they try to get the government to help.
FEMA “really hasn’t done much, if anything, and they’re making people go through a whole bunch of bureaucratic tape,” one resident told MRCTV.