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Well, I am sure that victims of Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters should receive help from the government and it's good that there are such organizations like FEMA who help the victims financially and help to go through these awful consequences of Hurricane Katrine. It's clear that there are some rules and that FEMA can not forgive all the loans, they did a good jobs when they have forgiven hundreds of millions of dollars in Katrina-related loans.

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