from an AP story:
The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Tuesday questioned a TV station's findings of high formaldehyde levels in agency-issued trailers and said the lifestyles and habits of the flood victims living in the trailers may be to blame.
Hmmm….sounds familiar, doesn't it?
For three years the residents of the Gulf Coast have been dealing with FEMA foolishness.
We've had the FEMA blame game
FEMA trying to selling surplus trailers to the general public to "raise money" to purchase more emergency housing.
FEMA offering to sell the trailers to residents for $13K
Luckily, there are the KatrinaRitaville Express activists out there, trying to educate people on what life is like in a FEMA trailer.