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WSJ Corps of Engineers Takes Heat on Levees
  1. Only last year, the Corps, a collection of military and civilian builders, was embroiled in another controversy. Critics charged that the Corps let Halliburton Co., a firm once led by Vice President Dick Cheney, improperly inflate the costs of carrying out a massive supply contract for the U.S. in Iraq.
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WashPost Some GOP Legislators Hit Jarring Notes in Addressing Katrina
  1. The latest elected official to step into the swamp was Rep. Richard H. Baker, a 10-term Republican from Baton Rouge. The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that he was overheard telling lobbyists: "We finally cleaned up public housing in New Orleans. We couldn't do it, but God did."
  2. Santorum was drawing a second round of fire, this time for saying the National Weather Service's forecasts and warnings about Katrina's path were "not sufficient."
  3. Santorum, long at odds with the federal agency, is pushing a bill that would require it to surrender some of its duties to private businesses, some of them located in his state.
  4. The blog reported that DeLay "likened their stay to being at camp and asked, 'Now, tell me the truth, boys, is this kind of fun?' " The blogger said the youngsters "nodded yes, but looked perplexed."
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WSJ Along Battered Gulf, Katrina Aid Stirs Unintended Rivalry
  1. The Salvation Army has the biggest presence among the nonprofit groups and churches helping out at East Biloxi's Yankie Stadium, the hub of local relief efforts
  2. The American Red Cross was mentioned at the meeting too, but in a different way. "We want to know where the money is," Ms. Crowell said when she cornered a Red Cross official who attended the gathering. "All these people across America are giving money over the TV. I would tell them to put it back in their pocket."
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WashPost Gulf Firms Losing Cleanup Contracts
  1. Companies outside the three states most affected by Hurricane Katrina have received more than 90 percent of the money from prime federal contracts for recovery and reconstruction of the Gulf Coas
  2. Violation of Level Rights Principle--RSB]
  3. Among the contracts analyzed, 3.8 percent of the money went to companies that listed an Alabama address, 2.8 percent to firms in Louisiana and just 1.8 percent went for Mississippi contractors
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WSJ White House to Trim Katrina Spending Request
  1. The White House is significantly scaling back its Hurricane Katrina spending requests to keep the next relief package in the $20 billion range and offset the costs with equivalent saving
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WashPost New Orleans Working Vacations Catch On
  1. She said she could see other U.S. cities capitalizing on the voluntourism idea because there are lots of areas in lots of cities that need assistance.

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