Hurricane-Damaged Gulf: Will the Poor Be Forgotten?By
There's lots of rebuilding going on in Katrina-damaged parts of Mississippi, but very little of it is low-income housing.
And that's a big problem, says a study issued today by RAND Corp. (An electronic version can be downloaded free, or you can support RAND's charitable work by paying $18 for a paper copy.)
The RAND Gulf States Policy Institute says tens of thousands of families in Mississippi need leaders in government and the private sector to accelerate the rebuilding of affordable housing.
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