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Resource ID: #22134
Subject: Federal Funds
Source: Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
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Date: April 10; April 24; Aug. 10; Sept. 18; Sept. 19; Oct. 20; Dec. 11

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Hurricane Katrina is only the latest episode in a history of bungling and fraud associated with FEMA. The Sun-Sentinel spent nearly a year studying FEMA's work in Miami-Dade County and discovered fraud and waste in the aftermath of Hurricane Frances. They found at least $330 million of FEMA money poured into communities that suffered no damage, as well as FEMA inspectors with criminal records, FEMA funds used for twice as many funerals as official deaths, and many other instances of fraud and waste.

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